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Tutsis and Hutus unite to bury memory of Rwanda's civil war
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25 August 2012
On 25 August 2012 The Independent reported:
Dominique Bizimana, a Tutsi, and Jean Rukondo, an ethnic Hutu, bear the scars of a brutal conflict. Eighteen years ago they were enemies on opposite sides of a sectarian conflict in Rwanda. Now they find themselves in the same paralympics volleyball team playing in London -- and a friendship has blossomed. 'Now we are friends and we train together,' said Bizimana, an infectiously enthusiastic 36-year-old. 'Our team is always together. It's a good example for young people in Rwanda. Our team is a model for other generations.'
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