Rwanda genocide: Survivor’s story of faith, hope
It was April 1994 in Rwanda – the start of the Tutsi genocide, one of the bloodiest holocausts in human history.
For Immaculée Ilibagiza and more than a million other Tutsi tribe members, the next three months would be rife with unimaginable suffering.
Within a span of 91 days, in a country 1/8 the size of Minnesota, 800,000 Tutsis would be killed – two thirds of the total Tutsi population in Rwanda.
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