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Kigali deems Catholic Church genocide apology “inadequate”
In a pastoral letter read out on November 20 in most Rwandan churches, the bishops of nine dioceses in the country asked forgiveness for all…
Rwanda: The gruesome plight of children during the Tutsi genocide
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) launched on October 4 an online exhibition giving insight on how children were affected by the Rwandan genocide…
Week in Review: US strikes in Syria, while Rwanda remembers the genocide
International justice saw a new failure this week on Syria. The UN Security Council was unable to agree a Resolution after the “chemical weapons” massacre…
Week in Review: Can we agree on History?
The way that history is written emerged as a focus of the transitional justice week, be it in Tunisia, Palestine, Israel or Rwanda. Transitional justice…
Africa should help untie ICC hands, not pull out, says African expert
Cameroonian Hugo Moudiki Jombwe is a specialist in international criminal law and currently head of mission in Rwanda for Belgian NGO RCN (Réseau des Citoyens/Citizens Network) Justice and…
Extradited genocide suspects say Rwanda undermining their defence
Several genocide suspects have been extradited to Rwanda by third countries or the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), which closed its doors at the…
Week in Review: AU Silence on the ICC, and Debate on International Tribunals
The transitional justice week was marked by the African Union (AU) summit in Kigali, which had been expected to confirm the war between the continent…
African Union Summit Ends With No ICC Mention
There had been much speculation in advance that strained relations between some African leaders and the International Criminal Court (ICC) would be in the forefront…
Rwandans Still Talking about Landmark Mugesera Judgment
A week after academic Léon Mugesera was sentenced to life in jail, Rwandans are still talking about his inflammatory 1992 speech that incited genocide. His…