Germany Lauded for Extraditing Rwandan Genocide Suspect
German has extradited Jean Twagiramungu, a man suspected to have helped mastermind the genocide against the Tutsi in the former Gikongoro Prefecture, now part of the Southern Province. He was arrested two years ago and has been battling extradition in different courts of the European country until he exhausted all legal means.
Jean Twagiramungu on arrival at Kigali International Airport.
New Times, 19 August 2017
Jean Twagiramungu, a Rwandan who was extradited from Germany on Friday, will be formally charged next week, Police said yesterday. Read more »
New Times, 18 August 2017
German authorities will today extradite to Rwanda a man suspected to have helped mastermind the Genocide against the Tutsi in the former Gikongoro Prefecture, now part of the… Read more »
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