Author and journalist Judi Rever speaks about her new book, "In Praise of Blood: The Crimes of the Rwandan Patriotic Front," in which she investigates a second genocide against the Hutu population in Rwanda at the hands of now-president Paul Kagame's troops.
The UN estimates more than 800,000 people were killed in the Rwandan genocide. Around 2 million Hutus fled the country after the genocide fearing that the RPF would kill them.
Jean-Paul Kimonyo, researcher and author on Rwandan and African politics and development, comments on the findings of Rever's investigation. Kimonyo is also a policy adviser in the office of President Kagame.
Rwandan human rights activist Rene Claudel Mugenzi shares his thoughts on Rever's book and also speaks about the threats and intimidation faced by Rwandan exiles who are critical of the Kagame government.
Rwanda’s economy has seen an average annual growth rate of 7.8% since 2002. Main export products include coffee, tea, minerals and manufactured goods.