APRIL 1994 was a particularly busy month on the African continent. South Africa was busy with its first multi-racial elections which formally ended apartheid. In the Great Lakes region of east-central Africa one of the great tragedies of human history was getting under way in Rwanda. Over the next three months anywhere between 500,000 and 800,000 people were massacred in one of the world's worst cases of genocide.
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