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Humanosphere: Rwanda Special Coverage
KPLU's Tom Paulson up close and personal with gorillas in Rwanda
No visit to Rwanda is complete without seeing the mountain gorillas. Here’s one who came to have a closer look at us.
After a whirlwind week of meeting with Rwandan officials, business leaders, local journalists, activists and others in the capital city of Kigali, we took off for a few days to journey high up into the Birunga mountain range to the northern town of Kinigi, near the Congo and Uganda borders.
I’m traveling with a group of American journalists sponsored by the International Reporting Project. Our aim is to gain perspective on this country so many associate only with its genocidal past – but which many others today dub an “African success story.”
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