Rwanda genocide survivors left homeless by UK’s refugee deal

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The former residents of a hostel in Rwanda who were ejected under a controversial deal to host refugees to be flown from the UK have complained of being left homeless while the property remains unoccupied.

The residents — all of whom are survivors of Rwanda’s 1994 genocide that left nearly 800,000 people from the minority Tutsi community — had lived in Hope Hostel in the capital, Kigali, for up to eight years when they were ordered to vacate the building two days after British Home Secretary Priti Patel signed a £120-million agreement with the Rwandan government to send asylum seekers arriving in the UK to the impoverished country.



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