France and Rwanda agree to restore ties
PARIS — France and Rwanda have agreed to restore diplomatic ties, the French president’s office said Sunday, three years after relations were severed when a Paris judge accused Rwandan President Paul Kagame of ordering his predecessor’s assassination.
Judge frees Rwandan, overturns genocide conviction
Rwandan plane crashes at airport, kills 1 person
UNITED NATIONS — Out of genocides past and Africa’s tumult a controversial but seldom-used diplomatic tool is emerging: The concept that the world has a “responsibility to protect” civilians against their own brutal governments.
ARUSHA, Tanzania — A U.N. war crimes tribunal sentenced a former governor in Rwanda to life in prison Tuesday after finding that he was one of the main perpetrators of genocide in the African country in 1994.
STOCKHOLM — Sweden will extradite a man accused of taking part in mass slaughter in Rwanda to his homeland, marking the first time an EU nation has sent back a suspect to face charges in the 1994 genocide, officials said Thursday.
NAIROBI/KIGALI - A report by Rwanda’s parliament has found that the remains of genocide victims buried in mass graves in Uganda have been exhumed to be used in witchcraft ceremonies, Rwandan media reported.