A report by historians has concluded the French government was not complicit in the Rwanda genocide of 1994 — but turned a blind eye to it and so bears overwhelming responsibility.

Historians Say France Was Not Complicit In Rwanda Genocide, But Did Turn A Blind Eye

By Eleanor Beardsley NPR
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