Skip to main content
Across Africa

In the shadow of genocide: Rwanda's reconciliation

By: Georja Calvin-Smith Follow | Laura DI BIASIO
1 min

April 7 marked 25 years since the Rwandan genocide, when 800,000 people were slaughtered. Most victims were from the Tutsi community, most of the perpetrators were Hutu. A quarter of a century on, the government believes that reconciliation has taken firm root.


Also, for more than a year, Chadians have not been able to access social media networks. Critics says it's unacceptable censorship but the government insists it's a necessary part of the struggle against terrorism.

And a new exhibition at Paris's Musée d'Orsay highlights works of art inspired and made by people of colour.

Daily newsletterReceive essential international news every morning

Page not found

The content you requested does not exist or is not available anymore.