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Like the Balkan conflict that preceded it, the genocide in Rwanda confronted the international community with its obligations under international and humanitarian law. But instead of intervention, there was inertia. The slaughter by the Hutu majority against the minority Tutsi and political moderates lasted one hundred days. At the end of it ten percent of the population was dead.
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