Like Father, Like Son – Appeal Dismissed

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Elizaphan Ntakirutimana and his son Gerald Ntakirutimana in December 2005 lost their appeal against conviction handed to them by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda , based in Arusha, Tanzania. Judges at...

Genocide Fugitive Aligned In S.A Court

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Rwanda Genocide Fugitive Arrested After 22 Years on the Run, Appears in Cape Town Court Fulgence Kayishema, one of the few remaining fugitives sought in connection with the horrific 1994 Rwanda genocide,...
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I Expect Fair Trial, says Rene Rutagungira’s wife

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Ms. Hyacinthe Dusengeyezu was concerned when her husband, Mr. Rene Rutagungira, didn’t return home after a night out at a bar in one of Kampala’s neighborhoods that he frequented. She and Rene,...

UN Tribunal Spares Genocide Suspect

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Rwandan Financier of Notorious Radio Station Escapes Conviction for Role in Tutsi Genocide Due to Dementia In a controversial decision, the UN tribunal at The Hague has opted not to convict a...

The Long Road to Justice

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13 women sit outside HAGURUKA offices in Remera district, Kigali city on one cold morning. They need legal assistance to solve problems which hinder their everyday life. If they wait long...

ICTR Opens Fourth Court to Speed up Genocide Trials

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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on 1 March,2005 opened the fourth court room to speed up trials of genocide suspects and to meet the closing UN strategy of 2008. The...

Strasbourg Jurisdiction Under Scrutiny

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Strasbourg Jurisdiction Questioned as Rwanda Flight Blockage Comes Under Scrutiny In a newly released report by Policy Exchange's Judicial Power Project, human rights law experts argue that the European Court of Human...

DRC Flies ICC Complaint Against Rwanda

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DRC Files ICC Complaint Against Rwanda for Alleged Natural Resource Theft The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has lodged a formal complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Rwanda. The...

Pleading Guilty, Seeking Pardon

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The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in March sentenced Vincent Rutaganira, the former councillor of Mubuga sector to 6 years in prison for failing to stop the massacres that took place...

The Butare six

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The biggest trial so far of Rwandan genocide suspects, has completed its first phase at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, in Tanzania. Known as 'The Butare Trial', it involves six suspects...

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