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Tribal slaughter between the majority Hutu and minority Tutsi drove people from the streets of Rwanda's capital, leaving medical workers to collect the dead bodies, Reuter reports from Kigali. A ceremony to swear in a new government was called off after several political parties staged a boycott, and former rebel leaders met to try to stop a slide back into civil war. At least 37 bodies have been recovered.