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U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali imposed a gag order on a volatile internal report that alleges Rwanda's putative good guys -- the new Tutsi-led government -- have massacred returning Hutu refugees for revenge. The report, by the U.N. High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), claims "an unmistakable pattern of killings and persecution" by Tutsi victors of Rwanda's civil war. But few at the U.N. are willing to swallow the accusations whole -- especially Boutros-Ghali, who immediately ordered a separate human rights investigation. Did the killings happen? TIME Nairobi bureau chief Andrew Purvis says the Tutsi government has detained 70 of its own troops for scattered murders of Hutu. But "there's a huge question as to whether it's systematic and from on high," he says. Instead, the government may not be able to control some Tutsi soldiers, who are frustrated the U.N. hasn't convened a promised war-crimes tribunal on past Hutu atrocities. "They're extremely frustrated by the delay