“I believe it is a travesty that a human rights champion like Paul Rusesabagina should be captured, detained and held in the way he is being held," said Katrina Lantos Swett, president of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice.
Kabuga, who has been accused of financing the 1994 genocide, was living near Paris under a false identity.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and a number of visiting dignitaries attended a memorial ceremony on Sunday (April 7) to commemorate the lives of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus murdered during the Rwandan genocide, a three-month-killing spree that began 25 years ago.
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French investigative magistrates have dropped charges against nine Rwandan officials investigated over the death of the country’s president in 1998, an event that led to a genocide that killed more than 800,000 people.
Rwanda said on Dec. 24 that it welcomed the definitive end of what it called a politically-motivated investigation.
The Global Japan team has come to Tumba in northern Rwanda to discover a school which trains high-level technicians to meet the economic needs of the country.
Inspire Africa features a Senegal entrepreneur making health services more affordable, a Rwandan institute tackling the issue of gender equality and insights from Douala, the economic capital of Camer
In Rwanda, some young designers may have found a way of promoting local creativity and its full African identity.
Paul Kagame has been sworn in for another sucessive term as President of Rwanda, a job he has held since 2000.
The victory gives Kagame, already in power for 17 years, a third term
Rwandan President Paul Kagame looks set for a third term as the country votes for a new president.
African Business Connect is a business forum linking investors to the most exciting opportunities the African continent has to offer from Madagascar to Rwanda. Euronews got a sneak peak behind the sce
The protest was sparked by the fact that a picture of French soldiers was not used for the story which was originally written by French news agency AFP with the headline: French prosecutors want Centr