By Jacques Valentin, 20 June 2020
Kabuga, who financed and helped equip the genocidal Interahamwe militias, had been located by police in 2007 but was still living quietly in the Paris suburbs.
By Eddie Haywood, 2 August 2012
The US Office of Global Justice warned the Rwandan government last week that it could face prosecution on war crimes charges.
By Susan Garth, 24 May 2011
Augustin Bizimungu, head of the Rwandan army at the time of the 1994 genocide, has been sentenced to 30 years in prison by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
By Linda Slattery and Ann Talbot, 26 August 2010
Tensions began to emerge between President Paul Kagame and his Western backers in the course of the recent elections.
By Anthony Torres, 12 April 2010
French President Nicolas Sarkozy paid a brief visit on February 25 to the Rwanda capital Kigali, to meet Rwandan president Paul Kagamé. This visit took place 15 years after the 1994 genocide of the Tutsis by Hutu tribal forces, supported by France, which claimed 800,000 victims.
By Chris Talbot, 13 February 2009
The World Socialist Web Site has received two letters strenuously objecting to our line on the genocide that took place in Rwanda in 1994, when hundreds of thousands of Rwandans identified as Tutsis were killed by Hutu militias.
13 February 2009
A selection of recent letters sent to the World Socialist Web Site on Rwanda.
By Linda Slattery, 6 January 2009
The International Criminal Tribunal to investigate the genocide that took place in Rwanda in 1994 against the minority Tutsis has passed a sentence of life imprisonment against General Theoneste Bagasora for his role in the slaughter.