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Rwanda: Measuring up the price of the political progress

8 April 2014 Last updated at 19:40 BST

It is 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda in which 800,000 died.

Ever since, international aid has been pouring in to help Rwandans get back on their feet.

The money has helped to improve life in Rwanda. For example, primary school attendance is now at 97 per cent.

But as the economy surges forward, there are concerns about the political price of progress.

George Alagiah reports.

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