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Rusesabagina was not kidnapped – Kagame
President Paul Kagame has refuted claims that Paul Rusesabagina, the alleged founder of an outfit linked to terror attacks that killed Rwandans, was “kidnapped” as different international media organisations have been claiming.
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Kabuga ‘could be transferred to Arusha this year’
Félicien Kabuga, a key suspect accused of playing a leading role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, is likely to be transferred to the UN tribunal in Arusha, Tanzania before the end of the year, a top official with the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal...
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The people that met genocide financier Félicien Kabuga
A new documentary series released on US-based video streaming company Netflix this week highlights deliberate actions of how Félicien Kabuga crisscrossed different countries as he evaded justice for over two decades.
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