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Rwanda's government was accused Thursday by a rights group of rounding up "undesirables" including beggars and prostitutes and holding them in a grim center to promote the capital's clean image.Kigali however dismissed the report by Human Rights Watch (HRW), with authorities saying the center was supporting alcoholics and drug users.Kigali has earned a reputation among African capitals for its unusually ordered and clean streets.HRW however said that came at a price.
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