“Anything can happen to you when you try to write the truth,” he told me in Kigali last week.
A police spokesman said that Favaro had bought the skulls for around $30, according to the Kigali Post.
“We are no longer crying,” said Hubert Kiteretse, a Kigali resident, who has attended the ceremonies every year.
She had left on a 2.5-hour trip for the capital of Kigali the night before war broke out.
Pursued for being a Tutsi, she took refuge with three different families, who hid her in the capital of Kigali.
African nation, named for indigenous people there, whose word for themselves is of unknown origin.
Note: Rwanda gained its independence from Belgium in 1962.
Note: It has long been marked by ethnic strife between majority Hutus and dominant Tutsis. When its president died in a suspicious plane cash in 1994, Hutu militia massacred at least 500,000 Tutsis in an act of genocide.