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Genocide of the Tutsi: France “failed” in Rwanda between 1990 and 1994

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                France's policy in Rwanda between 1990 and 1994, led by an "ideologically blind" president and his entourage, was "bankrupt" and bears "overwhelming" responsibilities in the genocide of the Tutsi, according to a scathing report by historians handed over to Emmanuel Macron on Friday.  This report affirms that France "remained blind in the face of the preparation" for the genocide and bears "heavy and overwhelming responsibilities" in this tragedy, which left at least 800,000 dead, mainly Tutsi.
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