The world is preparing to mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda that saw more than 800 thousand people systematically killed between April and July 1994.
The violence unleashed by militias from the country's ethnic Hutu majority was targeted against Tutsis, and moderate Hutus who supported them.
On Monday, ceremonies marking the genocide will take place in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.
Analyst Bob McMahon with the New York-based Council on Foreign Relations says that while too few people have faced justice over the 1994 killings, the international legal process against them has made some progress.
IN: "Certainly on….."
OUT: "….crimes against humanity"
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