On April 6, 1994, and continuing on for 100 days, a genocide was happening in a small country in Africa called Rwanda. 800,000 to 850,000 people were murdered. The genocide was toward the Tutsi people. Factions were being organized in the government, the elimination of the Tutsi people was being controlled by their next store neighbor, the Hutu. Individuals were not killed because most of them were criminal or law abiding, lazy or hardworking, man, woman, or child, they were killed because they were Tutsi.
Rwanda is known as the land of a thousand hills, it is a hilly country that is 3,280 feet above sea level.It has been protected from hostile tribes and slave traders because it is surrounded by mountains, lakes, and marshes. Farming is very good do to its weather and fertile soil.Rwanda is a massive garden.
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