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Sixteen years after the mass murder of some 800,000 Rwandans the country is making a remarkable comeback: Rwandans go to the polls on Monday. Paul Kagame, the incumbent president, gets much of the credit for the nation's progress, but at what price? At what point does a strong leader become a dictator and what will it take to deal with the legacy of genocide? And what chance is there of free and fair elections?