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In this photo taken Thursday, April 4, 2019, genocide survivor Laurencia Mukalemera, left, a Tutsi, is offered a cup of water by Tasian Nkundiye, right, a Hutu who murdered her husband and spent eight years in prison for the killing and other crimes, before being interviewed at Nkundiye's home in the reconciliation village of Mbyo, near Nyamata, in Rwanda. Twenty-five years after the genocide the country has six "reconciliation villages" where convicted perpetrators who have been released from prison after publicly apologizing for their crimes live side by side with genocide survivors who have professed forgiveness. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

In this photo taken Thursday, April 4, 2019, genocide survivor Laurencia Mukalemera, left, a Tutsi, is offered a cup of water by Tasian Nkundiye, right, a Hutu who murdered her husband and spent eight years in prison for the killing and other crimes, before being interviewed at Nkundiye's home in the reconciliation village of Mbyo, near Nyamata, in Rwanda. Twenty-five years after the genocide the country has six "reconciliation villages" where convicted perpetrators who have been released from prison after publicly apologizing for their crimes live side by side with genocide survivors who have professed forgiveness. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

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