27th anniversary of Rwandan Genocide, Commission finds France bears responsibility for atrocities

A commission set up by French President Emmanuel Macron concluded last month that France bears overwhelming responsibility for the Genocide in Rwanda, in which 800,000 mostly Tutsi people were slaughtered over 100 days, AFP reports. The French commission published its conclusions shortly before the 27th anniversary of the Genocide, which began on April 7, 1994.