Horrors of Rwanda genocide confront Prince Charles in church where 10,000 were killed | ITV News

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Warning: this report from our Royal Editor Chris Ship contains details some viewers may find distressing.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall today visited a memorial to the hundreds of thousands of people killed in the Rwandan genocide on the first ever royal visit to the country.

They met survivors of the killings, and heard about the murder of young children.

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