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François Sinzikiramuka, perpetrator (left); Christophe Karorero, survivor. Jean Pierre Karenzi, perpetrator (left); Viviane Nyiramana, survivor. Godefroid Mudaheranwa, perpetrator (left); Evasta Mukanyandwi, survivor. Juvenal Nzabamwita, perpetrator (right); Cansilde Kampundu, survivor. Deogratias Habyarimana, perpetrator (right); Cesarie Mukabutera, survivor. François Ntambara, perpetrator (left); Epiphanie Mukamusoni, survivor.