France to Hold First Rwandan Genocide Trial?


France has reportedly indicated its intent to conduct its first genocide trial, as Rwanda continues to call on the European country to clamp down on fugitives living there.

Kigali, Rwanda.

  • Rwanda:  Renewed Calls for France to Extradite Genocide Suspects

    The New Times, 25 January 2013

    The latest arrest of a Genocide suspect in France should not be taken as a serious attempt to really clamp down on Genocide fugitives living there, says a France-based rights ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  New Details On France's Arms Supplier for Genocide Govt

    News of Rwanda, 24 January 2013

    A clandestine agent of the French government was paid US$3m by the genocide government to supply arms and more than 1,000 mercenaries to keep it in power as the slaughter of Tutsis ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Genocide Suspect Arrested in France

    Radio France Internationale, 24 January 2013

    A Rwandan suspected of genocide and crimes against humanity has been arrested in France. Interpol was searching for 40-year-old Innocent Musabyimana after Rwanda issued a warrant ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  French Envoy Should Act On Genocide Fugitives

    The New Times, 23 January 2013

    In The New Times issue of December 21, you ran a story under the headline, "France seeks renewed bilateral ties with Rwanda". read more »

  • Rwanda:  Kigali Slams Paris Over Rwanda Genocide Suspects

    Hirondelle News Agency, 22 January 2013

    In an interview this week, Rwandan Prosecutor-General Martin Ngoga accuses France of "doing nothing" to bring genocide suspects on its territory to justice, and says Kigali does ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  France Offers Permanent Residence to Mrs Habyarimana

    The New Times, 8 December 2012

    THE president of Ibuka Jean Pierre Dusingizemungu has expressed disappointment over the decision by a French court granting the wife of former president Juvenal Habyarimana, Agathe ... read more »

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