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Brussels: Alexis Cordesse


The Rwandan genocide took place against a backdrop of widespread indifference. Between April and June 1994, soldiers and militiamen, aided by a section of the civilian population, killed between 800,000 and 1,000,000 people who opposed the regime and were members of the Tutsi minority. "Ten years after the genocide, in the western part of the country, I interviewed and photographed Rwandans, both male and female, who had confessed to their participation in the massacres," says photographer Alexis Cordesse.

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