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Probing Of Rwandan Genocide Suspect Ntiwiragabo Starts In France

Probing Of Rwandan Genocide Suspect Ntiwiragabo Starts In France

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By Our Reporter The probing of Rwanda genocide suspect, Aloys Ntiwiragabo, has kicked off in France. French investigative news site Mediapart found the former spy chief hiding in Orleans, about 100km southwest of Paris. The probing came after France opened an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity by Ntiwiragabo, a top former Rwandan military official, during the country's 1994 genocide that killed at least 800,000 people. Prosecutors said on Saturday a preliminary investigation was opened after Ntiwiragabo was found hiding in the suburbs of the city of Orleans, about 100km (62 miles) southwest of Paris. French investigative news site Mediapart tracked down the former Rwandan spy chief after he was identified by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (IC...
Former Sudan President Bashir, Gov’t Officials To Be Handed To ICC For Trial

Former Sudan President Bashir, Gov’t Officials To Be Handed To ICC For Trial

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By Elite Reporter The interim government of Sudan on Tuesday passed a resolution to hand former Sudan president Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC), such that he can face trial for crimes  he committed when he was still in power.   Omar al-Bashir and others wanted by the ICC are to be handed over to the Hague, where he is wanted on charges of genocide and war crimes. Hassan al-Taaishi, a member of Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council, said on Tuesday that an agreement had been made in Juba with Darfuri rebels that will see all those wanted for war crimes handed to the ICC.  "Those who have been indicted by the ICC,  have to go there," said Taaishi. Bashir, who was ousted by anti-government protests in April 2019, was sentenced to two y...
Rwenzuru King Omusinga Mumbere Demands ICC Trial

Rwenzuru King Omusinga Mumbere Demands ICC Trial

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Omusinga of Rwenzururu kingdom Charles Wesley Mumbere has petitioned court to transfer his trial to the International Crimes Division, which is the Ugandan arm of the International Criminal Court, after government failing to conduct trial for over three years, yet he is kept under house arrest. The Omunsinga also wants hundreds of his Royal Guards who are in detention at various police stations to be tried under the International Crimes Division of the ICC. The Petition filed by the Prime Minister of Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu According to the petition that was filed on Monday at the International Crimes Division at Kololo, the Prime Minister of the Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu asked court to consider transferring his matter to the ICC. Among others, those se...
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