Rwanda Considers Suing France Over Fugitives
Rwanda may drag France to court over what it called the European country's reluctance to help prosecute top genocide fugitives.
The New Times, 27 December 2012
Rwanda may drag France to court over the latter's reluctance to help bring to book top Genocide fugitives on her territory, it has emerged.read more »
Burial for genocide victims (file photo).
The New Times, 28 December 2012
THE Prosecutor General announced that Rwanda is considering legal action against France for its inaction when dealing with Genocide fugitives living in the backyards of the... read more »
The New Times, 23 December 2012
When it comes to the issue of Genocide fugitives, France remains a country that will always be at the centre of the debate in the foreseeable future. This week the Prosecutor... read more »
The New Times, 22 December 2012
THE Prosecutor General Martin Ngoga on Wednesday criticised the decision by the French Appeals Court rejecting the extradition of Hyacinthe Rafiki Nsengiyumva, a former Rwandan... read more »
The New Times, 20 December 2012
Justice minister Tharcisse Karugarama has urged lawyers from the French-speaking countries union to help bring to book Genocide suspects.read more »
The New Times, 17 December 2012
France, which maintained close ties with the genocidal regime in Rwanda, has been accused of blocking justice with regard to the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.read more »