KIGALI, RWANDA - APRIL 11: Thousands of people participating in a memorial march pause to pray while on their way to a genocide commemoration ceremony at the Nyanza-Kicukiro, 20 years after 2,000 people were killed by the extremist government and Interahamwe militia after being abandoned by United Nations troops during the 1994 genocide April 11, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda. The forced march and slaughter of Tutsis that took refuge with UNAMIR troops from Belgium at the nearby technical college is seen by Rwandans as an example of their abandonment by the international community. It has been 20 years since an extremist government began 100 days of terror in which more than 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Rwanda President Paul Kagame attends the inauguration of the high-rise African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa on January 28, 2012
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Rwanda's President Paul Kagame speaks at the launch of his re-election campaign on July 20, 2010 at a rally in the capital Kigali.
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SEPARATE SADNESS: Rwanda's mothers aren't the only victims. In
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birth. Above, a Rwandan woman holds the stillborn infant of her
sister, who was too upset to see the baby again
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Mountain gorillas resting in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda
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A woman lies on a hospital bed in Rwinkwavu, Rwanda
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Warren at a rally in Rwanda, and below with President Kagame
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A soldier with the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda walks toward a distribution center near Lushubere camp in Masisi, Congo
South Africa's Thabo Mbeki applauds Paul Kagame of Rwanda, left, and Joseph Kabila of the Congo
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A photo taken on December 17, 2010 shows Rwandan Lieutenant General Karenzi Karake at Nasho Military training school in Kirehe District, in Rwanda's Eastern Province, when he was still a major-general.
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Primate expert Dian Fossey sits with mountain gorillas in the Virunga mountains in Rwanda in 1982.
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GRASSROOTS JUSTICE: Ntirushwamaboko before the gacaca court in Zivu, southern Rwanda
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Theoneste Bagosora arrives in court where he was sentenced to life in prison for masterminding the 1994 Rwanda genocide.
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A worker at Inzozi Nziza ("Sweet Dreams") ice cream parlor makes ice cream in Butare, Rwanda.
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A female mountain gorilla sits in vegetation in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, on the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda
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RESTING PLACE: Genocide memorial site guardian, Danielle Nyirabazungu, rests close to the skulls of those killed in the 1994 genocide in the church of Nyamata, Rwanda