Voters in the central African nation are casting presidential ballots Monday for only the second time since the 1994 genocide. As many as 800,000 people were killed in the 100-day massacre. Rwanda has since been praised for its recovery and reconstruction, but reports of political tension could threaten rebuilding efforts. The BBC's Andrew Harding has been watching developments and talks to Steve Inskeep.
Rwanda Holds 2nd Presidential Poll Since Genocide
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