RWANDA'S GENOCIDE VICTIMS, PERPETRATORS, TURNED NEIGHBOURS, FRIENDS

Twenty-five years have passed since the Rwandan genocide that claimed the lives of an estimated 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus.  As part of the long journey to reconciliation, an aid group established four model villages where genocide victims and perpetrators live side-by-side as neighbors and even friends. 

Eugene Uwimana reports from Bugesera, Rwanda.

(VOA News)