WorldViews: 11 powerful photos from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide

By Anup Kaphle, April 2, 2014

Six days after Rwandan President Juv nal Habyarimana was assassinated and the killings began in Kigali, Washington Post photographer Michael S. Williamson arrived at the hillside in Ngara district in Tanzania, at the Kigera River border crossing with Rwanda. The hillside would soon become a known as Benaco refugee camp, where hundreds or thousands of people were pouring in from Rwanda everyday. At the height of the incident, Benaco accommodated as many as 200,000 Rwandan refugees.

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