It was twenty years ago, but for one man from the South, the horrors of the Rwandan genocide still haunt him. Alex Ntung fled the African country when he was a young man and has been living in Sussex ever since.
But as events take place around the world to commemorate the atrocity in which 800 thousand people were killed - Alex has been remembering those he lost. As Charlotte Wilkins reports.
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