Primate expert Dian Fossey sits with mountain gorillas in the Virunga mountains in Rwanda in 1982.
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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
this story, photographs capture the tragedy of babies lost at
birth. Above, a Rwandan woman holds the stillborn infant of her
sister, who was too upset to see the baby again
Mountain gorillas resting in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda
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A BETTER BREW: Rwanda has cashed in on its coffee crop
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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
South Africa's Thabo Mbeki applauds Paul Kagame of Rwanda, left, and Joseph Kabila of the Congo
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Uganda, Entebbe, 2012. President of the Republic of Rwanda Paul Kagame arrives in Uganda to take part in the a Great Lakes summit, joins the host President Yoweri Museveni, DRC's Joseph Kabila and other East African Head of State's, to discuss the insecuritues in Eastern Congo.
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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
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GRASSROOTS JUSTICE: Ntirushwamaboko before the gacaca court in Zivu, southern Rwanda
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A worker at Inzozi Nziza ("Sweet Dreams") ice cream parlor makes ice cream in Butare, 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 female mountain gorilla sits in vegetation in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, on the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda