Did we learn anything from the genocide in Rwanda?

Commemorations are ongoing to mark 20 years since the events that resulted in the deaths of 800,000 people; 20 people a minute for a period of 100 days. How was such a genocide allowed to happen? And have the lessons it gave us helped to prevent such a massacre from happening again?

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