Hutu extremists and interahamwe leaders escape to refugee camps in neighbouring countries where Tutsis are also staying. The Hutus continued to exercise power over them and the killing of Tutsis continued. It was this crisis that lead to the world recognising genocide in Rwanda. Around 800,000 and 1,071,000 Tutsis and Hutu moderates were murdered. Thousands more were mutilated, maimed, or physically scared for life. The affect mentally cannot be measured.