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we invite you to make a step forwards and light the flame are ones that began a week of solemn ceremonies on Sunday to commemorate those who lost their lives in the genocide eight hundred thousand Tutsi and moderate Hutus were mad at during a three month killing spree that began twenty five years ago president Kagame laid a wreath at the because they see genocide memorial sites , here we are , all of us , but I'm a vanquished , the one Hundred Days of slaughter began on the night of April the sixth nineteen forty four after the country's president and his counterpart of Perrin deep both Hutus what kills when that plane was shot down if the Rwandan capital , in villages across the densely populated country nay but turned on neighbor as men women and children were hacked to death and the life clouds and shots as many as ten thousand people were killed daily seventy percent of the minority Tutsi population was wiped out and if it ten percent of the total Rwandan population , we never forgets what you and confiscate , it is only by remembering that the convenience of what the future together , the fighting ended in July nineteen ninety four when the Rwandan patriotic front a Tutsi led rebel movement led by kigami swept in from Uganda and seized control on second down a president since two thousand official policy has been to strongly discourage any talk of ethnicity could come a ripoff such criticism pointing to Rwanda strong economic growth and relative peace in the last quarter of a century