PBS News Weekend

Season 10, Episode 81 of 99

Still unearthing bodies from the Rwanda genocide in 1994, the country is looking for pathways toward reconciliation. Twenty five years ago today, hundreds of thousands of ethnic Tutsi and moderate Hutu were killed in less than four months during the Rwanda genocide, a mass slaying so atrocious that the world in the aftermath established a court responsible for prosecuting war crimes moving forward. PBS NewsHour Weekend spoke with people in Rwanda a quarter of a century later and looked at the country's efforts to create a new, national Rwandan identity. Special correspondents Benedict Moran and Jorgen Samson report.

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