Clinton Expresses Regret Over 1994 Genocide
Former President Clinton, visiting a Rwandan genocide memorial, expressed regret for his “personal failure” to prevent the 1994 slaughter of more than 800,000 people.
On a brief visit to look at anti-AIDS projects in Rwanda, Clinton placed a wreath at a museum commemorating victims of the 100-day massacre by Hutu extremists during his presidency.
“I express regret for my personal failure,” he said.
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