A CNN documentary reporting on the atrocities of genocide which decimated Rwanda in 1994. Correspondent Jim Clancy travels to Rwanda a year after the genocide and reports on the estimated 2 million Rwandan refugees, the almost 1 million victims, their demand for justice and rehabilitation, as well as the difficulties of reconciliation. The program includes footage of the various mass graves and massacre sites; images of victims lying on the side of the roads; footage of women who have been assaulted and raped recovering in the maternity wards; scenes from the refugee camps in Burundi, Tanzania and Zaire (Democratic Republic of Congo); shots of prisoners in Kibuye; excerpts of a UNAMIR briefing; footage of an arms dealing in progress in Nairobi, Kenya. It features interviews with: Rakiya Omaar (African Rights), Tom Ndahiro (Rwandan Information Office), Richard Goldstone (Chief Prosecutor, International Tribunal), Dr. Casimir Bizimungu (Former Health Minister in the Interim Government of Rwanda), William Clarence (UN Human Rights Monitor), Colonel Théoneste Bagosora (Rwandan Armed Forces), General Henry Anyidoho (UNAMIR), Théodore Sindikubwabo (Interim President of Rwanda in 1994), Jean Kambanda (Prime Minister of the Interim Government), Faustin Twagiramungu (Prime Minister of Rwanda), Dr. Gladstone Habimana (Director of the Maternity ward, Kigali Central Hospital), Seth Sendashonga (Rwandan Interior Minister), Asiel Kabira (Prefect of Kibuye), Claude Dusaidi (Dir. Gen., Foreign Affairs), Lt. Col. Cyprien Kayumba (Director of Defense Ministry Financial Services), Col. Anastase Gasake (Defense Minister in exile), and Paul Kagame (Former Minister of Defense and Former Vice-President of Rwanda).