Community courts try genocide suspects  
 

Rwandans have been struggling to put their lives back together 15 years after the genocide that killed at least one million people, mostly ethnic Tutsis.

The UN set up an International Criminal Tribunal to prosecute those behind the genocide, but it is the local community courts which have been hailed for contributing to reconciliation.

Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege reports from Murama in central Rwanda.

 
 

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