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New Internationalist, 15 June 2012

The establishment of Gacaca courts in 2001 is one of the key landmarks of post-genocide Rwanda. The current Tutsi-led government hails these courts as a success claiming that they have provided post-conflict justice like never before. But its detractors, which include major human rights organizations, believe the system has serious shortcomings.

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