Charles visits Nyamata Church Genocide Memorial in Rwanda

The Prince of Wales came face-to-face with the grim legacy of the Rwandan genocide. Charles stared at rows of skulls from victims of the 1994 killing spree when he visited the Nyamata Church Genocide Memorial, where more than 10,000 people were murdered over two days and was shown the skull remains. Earlier the heir to the throne was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall where they met the Rwandan President Paul Kagame with his wife Jeannette. .

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