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Tribunals - Undertaking trials for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes

Key genocide suspect transferred to Rwanda for prosecution
Top level Rwandan genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa was flown from Kinshasa to Kigali on Sunday to face trial three months after his arrest in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The 53-year old former mayor is to be tried on nine counts of genocide, crimes against humanity and violating the Geneva Conventions during the 1994 genocide in which around 800,000 people were killed, mostly ethnic Tutsis. "We are very happy to see this effected," said Jean-Bosco…
by AFP
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