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What were your ambitions before the genocide?
When did you first realise something serious was wrong?
What was the relationship between Hutus and Tutsis like before the genocide?
What was it like where you lived as a child?
What happened to your family during the genocide?
Did you expect the world to do something to stop the genocide?
Did you know people killed in the genocide?
Did you understand what was going on during the genocide?
How do you think the world reacted to the genocide?
How aware were you of the division between Hutus and Tutsis during the genocide?
Did you ever have to go into hiding?
What happened at the start of the genocide?
What effect has the genocide had on you?
Do you speak to other survivors about the genocide today?
When you first came to England, what was it like?
If you have a family, will what happened to you effect them?
Why did you move to the UK?
How does it feel that you survived when so many others died?
Do you think the world is more aware of genocide today?
How do you find the strength to recount your story?
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