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In May 1997, a Hutu refugee with his hands bound pleads for his life to two soldiers, whom the photographer identified as Rwandan Tutsis, about 30 miles south of Kisangani in Congo, then known as Zaire. The photographer said the soldiers killed him moments later. (Associated Press)

In May 1997, a Hutu refugee with his hands bound pleads for his life to two soldiers, whom the photographer identified as Rwandan Tutsis, about 30 miles south of Kisangani in Congo, then known as Zaire. The photographer said the soldiers killed him moments later. (Associated Press)

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