Rwanda 'genocide-era' mass graves found

Four mass graves have been unearthed in Rwanda, which are believed to date from the 1994 genocide. The sites were found in the Gasabo district, outside the capital Kigali, and about 200 bodies have been exhumed. Around 3,000 people from the area went missing during the massacres, and local people believe the graves may contain all of their bodies.

Some 800,000 people - ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus - were slaughtered in 100 days by Hutu militias. The graves were uncovered two weeks after commemorations were held to mark the start of the killings.