Rwandan Villagers Massacred
Soldiers massacred more than 100 men, women and children during a hunt through three villages for attackers who killed a fellow soldier, a U.N. official said Wednesday.
Human rights and military observers went to the villages in northwestern Rwanda, and said they were still trying to determine the exact circumstances of the deaths.
The slayings apparently took place over a 10-hour period Monday evening and early Tuesday after an army patrol was ambushed near the border town of Gisenyi, said a U.N. statement. It said an army lieutenant was killed.