Inside the Church Where Thousands Sought Shelter - But Were Instead Slaughtered

Terry Moran visits the Nyamata church in Rwanda, a site where thousands of Tutsis were killed.
3:00 | 04/08/14

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This is -- -- not to church now a memorial to the Rwanda genocide on April 10 1994 there were 101000. Two -- men women and children. Taking shelter in this church hoping that a house of god. Would protect them from the killing. It didn't. You can see their clothes here. Bloodstained. The babies killed up there it's -- clothes blankets and their bones. -- the -- Riddled with bullet holes and fragments from the grenades that were tossed in here. And here on the altar where so many -- Their blood still -- the -- When you're in a place like this you can't imagine. That -- -- -- could ever achieve reconciliation between Tutsis and Hutus. But somehow it seems. They have done it in twenty years after the genocide you get the unmistakable sense in Rwanda that while they remember. They are also building. A new country.

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