Rwanda Shocked by Genocide Acquittals

The decision to overturn the conviction of two former government ministers by the appeals chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda has been met with dismay.

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

  • Rwanda:  Rwanda Shocked By Genocide Acquittals

    The New Times, 5 February 2013

    The acquittal of former ministers in a government that oversaw the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi has been met with dismay, with officials describing it as revisionism and ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Two Former Ministers Acquitted On Appeal

    Hirondelle News Agency, 4 February 2013

    The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) Monday acquitted two former Rwandan ministers whom the lower court had sentenced to 30 years in jail. read more »

  • Rwanda:  ICTR Appeals Court to Decide Fate of Two Ex-Ministers Today

    The New Times, 3 February 2013

    The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) will today deliver its judgement in the trial of two former ministers. read more »

  • Rwanda:  ICTR Appeals Chamber to Pass Judgement on Two Former Ministers

    Hirondelle News Agency, 1 February 2013

    The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is set to hand down its judgment Monday in the trial of two former ministers, both sentenced by the ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Tribunal Sends Two Former Ministers to Prison

    Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 30 September 2011

    Two former Rwandan ministers were jailed Friday for 30 years by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda for involvement in the central African country's 1994 genocide. read more »

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