Rwanda, or the land of a thousand hills as it is known locally, in a tiny land locked country in the Great Lakes region of central Africa known to most from the Don Cheadle movie Hotel Rwanda. More than 800,000 people lost their lives during the 100 day genocide, the majority of them Tutsi.

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21 years on, the country is a major success story: financially, politically, and could teach the rest of the world about forgiveness.