Rwanda Calls On Zambia to Extradite Genocide Fugitives
The Zambian government has been requested to extradite six people suspected of playing a key role in the 1994 genocide. Several people are said to be hiding either in Africa or Europe, eluding justice for more than sixteen years.
Hirondelle, 26 November 2012
Rwanda has requested the government of Zambia to extradite six people suspected of taking key role in the 1994 genocide, according to Times of Zambia, a national daily newspaper. Read more »
Skulls of genocide victims lying at the Murambi Genocide Memorial site (file photo).
New Times, 25 November 2012
Prosecutor General, Martin Ngoga, says the Zambian government's response to a request by Rwanda to extradite Genocide suspects living in the Southern African nation is "simplistic"… Read more »
Times of Zambia, 24 November 2012
PARLIAMENT yesterday heard that Rwanda has written to the Zambian Government requesting for extradition of six of their nationals to answer charges relating to the 1994 genocide. Read more »
New Times, 24 November 2012
International experts on Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity who are meeting at Interpol's general Secretariat in France, have expressed urgency to arrest over 130… Read more »