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The United Nations is speeding up its investigations into the mass killings in Rwanda's three-month civil war, in an attempt to head off the new Rwandan government's plans for its own trials. U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali gave a three-member investigative commission up to four months to find out whether defeated Hutu officers -- most of them now encamped in Zaire -- should face an international tribunal. The Tutsi-controlled Kigali government agreed, for now.