Kabuga's special deposition proceedings were adjourned at ICTR on July 13, 2011 after hearing a total of 21 prosecution witnesses. According to the source, the hearing of the proceedings will be conducted in The Hague this week and then resume at ICTR on September 13, 2011.
Officer In-Charge of Communication at ICTR, Danford Mpumilwa when asked to comment on the issue said ‘'I don't know anything about it.''
Judge Vagn Joensen, also Vice President of the Tribunal, presides over the proceedings whereas Kabuga is being represented by a duty Counsel, Bahame Tom Nyanduga .
Kabuga (76) is charged with 11 counts, including conspiracy to commit genocide, genocide, complicity in genocide and direct and public incitement to commit genocide. He is also facing charges of crimes against humanity for murder, extermination, rape, persecution and inhuman acts and other charges of war crimes.
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