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Kabuga’s Arrest Heralds Renewed Relations Between Rwanda And France

Kabuga’s Arrest Heralds Renewed Relations Between Rwanda And France

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By Elite Reporter The sour relationship  between Rwanda and France that has spurn decades ever since the government in Kigali fell out with successive regimes in France is likely to end following the arrest of genocide fugitive Felicien Kabuga, 84, who was arrested from Paris a few days ago. According to political analysts, the arrest of Kabuga, who  was the most wanted suspect of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, in a Paris apartment last week, highlights renewed French commitment to improve relations with Rwanda, long injured by allegations against each other on the genocide. Prosecutors say that the long coming but dramatic end to the fugitive’s run from justice could not have happened if France—criticised for harbouring Rwandan genocide fugitives—had not co-operated in the...
Shock As Jihadists Massacre 35, Mostly Women

Shock As Jihadists Massacre 35, Mostly Women

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By Elite News Reporter Shock has engulfed the state of Buroina Faso after suspected Islamist militants killed 35 civilians, 31 of them women, in an attack on a military base and a town in Burkina Faso. They say seven soldiers and 80 militants were also killed as the army repelled Tuesday's attack in Arbinda, in northern Soum province. President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré declared two days of national mourning. Jihadist groups have stepped up attacks in Burkina Faso and other West African countries, in recent years. The violence has continued despite Western efforts to help regional governments combat the insurgents. In November, 13 French troops died in a helicopter collision during an operation in southern Mali, near the border with Burkina Faso. Last weekend, French Pr...
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