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Rwanda’s economy was decimated during the genocide of 1994; the country suffered a widespread loss of life, failure to maintain the infrastructure, looting and neglect of cash crops.
It happened after the deaths of the Presidents of Burundi (Cyprien Ntaryamira) and Rwanda (Juvénal Habyarimana) in a plane crash caused by a rocket attack On 6 April 1994, catch fire several weeks of intense and systematic massacres.
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Etymology. The name "Rwanda" is derived from the Rwanda-Rundi word rwanda meaning "domain" or literally an "area occupied by a swarm". The official name of the country was "Rwandese Republic" until May 2003, when the adoption of a new national constitution changed it to its current name of "Republic of Rwanda".
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Kigali (Kinyarwanda: ) is the capital and largest city of Rwanda.It is near the nation's geographic centre. The city has been Rwanda's economic, cultural, and transport hub since it became capital at independence in 1962.
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