In this photo taken Monday, April 15, 2013, Ephraim Rutabingwa, a Hutu refugee who bears a deep scar on his forehead, the mark of a machete he says was wielded by a Tutsi neighbor in 1996, speaks to an Associated Press reporter at his home in the Nakivale refugee camp in Uganda. Nearly two decades after the Rwandan genocide, thousands of refugees living in the camp in Uganda say they fear being forced to return to their home country. (AP Photo/Rebecca Vassie)

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In this photo taken Monday, April 15, 2013, Ephraim Rutabingwa, a Hutu refugee who bears a deep scar on his forehead, the mark of a machete he says was wielded by a Tutsi neighbor in 1996, speaks to an Associated Press reporter at his home in the Nakivale refugee camp in Uganda. Nearly two decades after the Rwandan genocide, thousands of refugees living in the camp in Uganda say they fear being forced to return to their home country. (AP Photo/Rebecca Vassie)
In this photo taken Monday, April 15, 2013, Ephraim Rutabingwa, a Hutu refugee who bears a deep scar on his forehead, the mark of a machete he says was wielded by a Tutsi neighbor in 1996, speaks to an Associated Press reporter at his home in the Nakivale refugee camp in Uganda. Nearly two decades after the Rwandan genocide, thousands of refugees living in the camp in Uganda say they fear being forced to return to their home country. (AP Photo/Rebecca Vassie)
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