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In total, 800 applicants were investigated as possible suspects
A US citizen has been sentenced to a decade behind bars for lying about her role in the genocide that killed more than 500,000 people in her native Rwanda.
Date for the full extradition hearing set for October
Move over men from across England comes after a request from prosecutors in the central African nation
Bosco Ntaganda, one of central Africa's most notorious warlords, begins his new life in the Netherlands tomorrow after surrendering to the International Criminal Court at The Hague.
One of Africa's most wanted war criminals walked into the United States embassy in Rwanda today and asked to be transferred to the International Criminal Court at The Hague. The US said it was “considering his request” after Bosco Ntaganda, nicknamed the “Terminator” appeared on their doorstep in Rwanda's capital, Kigali.
She believed the key to Rwanda's reconstruction lay in involving women at the grassroots level
Britain is to give £16m in aid to Rwanda after support for the country was suspended amid claims that its rulers were linked to militias accused of rape and murder.
A country trying to mend itself needs more, not less, help
Britain is to withhold £21m of aid to the government of Rwanda after accepting “compelling reports” that the country is supporting rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
David Cameron challenged Rwanda’s President to prove his country had no links to murderous militias as the Government prepares to cancel plans to give more financial aid to the central African nation.
This parliamentary committee angered Andrew Mitchell - but he kept a lid on it
The former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell today denied he acted as a “rogue minister” when he controversially approved £16 million in aid for Rwanda on his last day in the job.
Critics allege country's government has created a buffer state in eastern Congo led by its allies
Defence chief commands rebels guilty of huge human rights abuses, says dossier