Denmark to Extradite Rwandan Genocide Suspect

A court has upheld the Danish government's decision to extradite Emmanuel Mbarushimana who is suspected of participating in the 1994 genocide. He immediately lodged an appeal following the ruling.

Rwandan children, refugees of the 1994 genocide (file photo).

  • Rwanda:  Danish Court Upholds Extradition of Genocide Fugitive

    The New Times, 20 November 2012

    A Danish district court on Monday confirmed a decision by the country's justice ministry to extradite a Rwandan man to face charges of Genocide against the Tutsi. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Mbarushimana Extradition on Track Says Prosecution

    The New Times, 10 July 2012

    Procedures to extradite Genocide suspect Emmanuel Mbarushimana from Denmark are underway, according to a top official at the Genocide Fugitive Tracking Unit (GFTU). read more »

  • Rwanda:  Denmark to Extradite Genocide Fugitive

    The New Times, 30 June 2012

    Denmark has decided to extradite a genocide suspect to Rwanda. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Genocide Charges Dismissed in Mbarushimana's Case

    Hirondelle News Agency, 26 October 2011

    A Copenhagen appeals court ruled Monday that Denmark's law on genocide could not be used to prosecute Rwandan citizen Emmanuel Mbarushimana and dismissed part of the case, the ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Danish Prosecution Ready for Emmanuel Mbarushimana's Trial

    Hirondelle News Agency, 4 October 2011

    Special International Crimes office (SICO) is ready to organize the first trial of a Rwandan genocide-accused in Denmark, Deputy Prosecutor Lars Plum told Hirondelle News Agency on ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Denmark Arrests Genocide Suspect

    The New Times, 10 December 2010

    Danish authorities, on Wednesday, arrested one of the most wanted Genocide fugitives, Emmanuel Mbarushimana and immediately arraigned him before court which remanded him for four ... read more »