Gaëlle Ponselet


Gaëlle Ponselet, a journalist who has been specializing on judicial news for some 10 years, covers a large number of trials taking place in Brussels, whether they be conflicts between companies at the commercial court, criminal cases in the criminal court or recent terrorist trials in Belgium. For her, attending trials is being at the source of information and the certainty of being able to hear both sides of the story.

Nkunduwimye drops defence of his friend Rutaganda

Emmanuel Nkunduwimye is accused in a Belgian court of having participated in the 1994 genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda alongside his friend Georges Rutaganda, who was convicted 20 years ago by a UN tribunal and died in 2010. For the first time, the 65-year-old Belgian-Rwandan has accepted Rutaganda’s conviction and said he knew of killings […]
By Gaëlle Ponselet (our correspondent in Belgium)
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