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CONGO-POLITICS/FIGHTING C
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December 22, 2016
CONGO-POLITICS/FIGHTING - Fighting between Hutu and Nande ethnic militias in the Democratic Republic...
Democratic Republic of Congo
Congo violence EPS C
CONGO-POLITICS/FIGHTING - Fighting between Hutu and Nande ethnic militias in the Democratic Republic of Congo have killed dozens of people in the past days.
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July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1JSWH
July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1JSWG
July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1JSWF
July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1JSWE
July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1A07X
April 23, 2015
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the...
Bujumbura, Burundi
Burundi's opposition politician Rwasa speaks during a Reuters interview in Bujumbura
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the capital Bujumbura, April 23, 2015. Any move by Burundi's president Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term risks undermining a peace deal that has kept the African nation calm since civil war ended a decade ago and could stoke tensions in a region blighted by ethnic conflict. Rwasa who also once led a Hutu rebel force, said the army could "divide itself into blocks" in that situation. He said he would call for protests if Nkurunziza runs again. To match Analysis BURUNDI-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1A07N
April 23, 2015
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the...
Bujumbura, Burundi
Burundi's opposition politician Rwasa speaks during a Reuters interview in Bujumbura
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the capital Bujumbura, April 23, 2015. Any move by Burundi's president Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term risks undermining a peace deal that has kept the African nation calm since civil war ended a decade ago and could stoke tensions in a region blighted by ethnic conflict. Rwasa who also once led a Hutu rebel force, said the army could "divide itself into blocks" in that situation. He said he would call for protests if Nkurunziza runs again. To match Analysis BURUNDI-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1A07K
April 23, 2015
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the...
Bujumbura, Burundi
Burundi's opposition politician Rwasa speaks during a Reuters interview in Bujumbura
Burundi's opposition politician Agathon Rwasa, 51, speaks during a Reuters interview at his home in the capital Bujumbura, April 23, 2015. Any move by Burundi's president Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term risks undermining a peace deal that has kept the African nation calm since civil war ended a decade ago and could stoke tensions in a region blighted by ethnic conflict. Rwasa who also once led a Hutu rebel force, said the army could "divide itself into blocks" in that situation. He said he would call for protests if Nkurunziza runs again. To match Analysis BURUNDI-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
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June 18, 2014
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda poses for a portrait outside the University of Redlands where he will...
REDLANDS, UNITED STATES
Patrick Manyika of Rwanda poses for portrait outside University of Redlands where he will starting second...
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda poses for a portrait outside the University of Redlands where he will starting his second master's degree in Geographic Information Systems, in Redlands, California May 28, 2014. Manyika was born in a Ugandan refugee camp after his Tutsi family fled Rwanda. In 1983, unrest forced them back to Rwanda, where they lived first in a national park, then in the capital. Manyika survived the Rwandan genocide of 1994, in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, by sheltering in a UN-controlled soccer stadium. After doing charity work and teaching himself various languages, in 2009 he had the opportunity to leave Rwanda and pursue his education in the United States. He is now about to start his second Masters degree. June 20 is World Refugee Day, an occasion that draws attention to those who have been displaced around the globe. In the run-up to the date, Reuters photographers in different regions have photographed various people who have at some point fled their homes. Picture taken May 28, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS EDUCATION)

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June 18, 2014
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda looks for a book in the library at the University of Redlands where he...
REDLANDS, UNITED STATES
Patrick Manyika of Rwanda looks for book in library at the University of Redlands where he will starting...
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda looks for a book in the library at the University of Redlands where he will starting his second master's degree in Geographic Information Systems, in Redlands, California May 28, 2014. Manyika was born in a Ugandan refugee camp after his Tutsi family fled Rwanda. In 1983, unrest forced them back to Rwanda, where they lived first in a national park, then in the capital. Manyika survived the Rwandan genocide of 1994, in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, by sheltering in a UN-controlled soccer stadium. After doing charity work and teaching himself various languages, in 2009 he had the opportunity to leave Rwanda and pursue his education in the United States. He is now about to start his second Masters degree. June 20 is World Refugee Day, an occasion that draws attention to those who have been displaced around the globe. In the run-up to the date, Reuters photographers in different regions have photographed various people who have at some point fled their homes. Picture taken May 28, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS EDUCATION)

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June 18, 2014
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda holds up a photo of himself (R), his mother, brother and sister, in Redlands,...
REDLANDS, UNITED STATES
Patrick Manyika of Rwanda holds up a photo of himself and his family, in Redlands, California
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda holds up a photo of himself (R), his mother, brother and sister, in Redlands, California May 14, 2014. Manyika was born in a Ugandan refugee camp after his Tutsi family fled Rwanda. In 1983, unrest forced them back to Rwanda, where they lived first in a national park, then in the capital. Manyika survived the Rwandan genocide of 1994, in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, by sheltering in a UN-controlled soccer stadium. After doing charity work and teaching himself various languages, in 2009 he had the opportunity to leave Rwanda and pursue his education in the United States. He is now about to start his second Masters degree. June 20 is World Refugee Day, an occasion that draws attention to those who have been displaced around the globe. In the run-up to the date, Reuters photographers in different regions have photographed various people who have at some point fled their homes. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS)

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June 18, 2014
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda jumps into a swimming pool in Redlands, California May 14, 2014. Manyika...
REDLANDS, UNITED STATES
Patrick Manyika of Rwanda jumps into a swimming pool in Redlands, California
Patrick Manyika, 33, of Rwanda jumps into a swimming pool in Redlands, California May 14, 2014. Manyika was born in a Ugandan refugee camp after his Tutsi family fled Rwanda. In 1983, unrest forced them back to Rwanda, where they lived first in a national park, then in the capital. Manyika survived the Rwandan genocide of 1994, in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, by sheltering in a UN-controlled soccer stadium. After doing charity work and teaching himself various languages, in 2009 he had the opportunity to leave Rwanda and pursue his education in the United States. He is now about to start his second Masters degree. June 20 is World Refugee Day, an occasion that draws attention to those who have been displaced around the globe. In the run-up to the date, Reuters photographers in different regions have photographed various people who have at some point fled their homes. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS)

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Conflict
Rwanda's Genocide Museum - 07 Apr 2014
10 PICTURES
Conflict
Conflict
Rwandan Genocide Survivors - 06 Apr 2014
13 PICTURES
RWANDA
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April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K046
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K041
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K040
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03T
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03R
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03I
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K034
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K026
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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April 04, 2014
Rwandan refugees carry food supplies away from a distribution point in this July 28, 1994 file photo....
None, Rwanda
File photo of Rwandan refugees carrying food supplies away from a distribution point
Rwandan refugees carry food supplies away from a distribution point in this July 28, 1994 file photo. April 7, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide which killed 800,000 people. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. REUTERS/Ulli Michel/Files (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 04, 2014
A Rwandan Patriotic Front rebel observes a nail-spiked club found near a militia checkpoint, which was...
Kigali, Rwanda
File photo of a Rwandan Patriotic Front rebel observing a nail-spiked club found near a militia checkpoint...
A Rwandan Patriotic Front rebel observes a nail-spiked club found near a militia checkpoint, which was abandoned after the rebel victory over Kigali, in this July 7, 1994 file photo. April 7, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide which killed 800,000 people. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. REUTERS/ Corinne Dufka/Files (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
RWANDA/
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April 03, 2014
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital...
Kigali, Rwanda
Ernestine poses for photographs outside her home on the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Kigali
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital Kigali April 3, 2014. Ernestine is the sole survivor in her family of seven who survived the mass killings in the 1994 genocide that left her with visible injuries on her neck, hands and other parts of her body. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 03, 2014
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital...
Kigali, Rwanda
Ernestine poses for photographs outside her home on the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Kigali
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital Kigali April 3, 2014. Ernestine is the sole survivor in her family of seven who survived the mass killings in the 1994 genocide that left her with visible injuries on her neck, hands and other parts of her body. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RWANDA/
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April 03, 2014
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital...
Kigali, Rwanda
Ernestine poses for photographs outside her home on the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Kigali
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital Kigali April 3, 2014. Ernestine is the sole survivor in her family of seven who survived the mass killings in the 1994 genocide that left her with visible injuries on her neck, hands and other parts of her body. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
RWANDA/
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April 03, 2014
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital...
Kigali, Rwanda
Ernestine poses for photographs outside her home on the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Kigali
Mudahogora Ernestine, 34, poses for photographs outside her home in the suburbs of the Rwandan capital Kigali April 3, 2014. Ernestine is the sole survivor in her family of seven who survived the mass killings in the 1994 genocide that left her with visible injuries on her neck, hands and other parts of her body. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people.
REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
GERMANY-RWANDA/TRIAL
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February 18, 2014
Kersten Woweries (L) and Natalie von Wistinghausen, the lawyers of Rwandan defendant Onesphore R., wait...
Frankfurt, Germany
Woweries and von Wistinghausen, the lawyers of Rwandan defendant Onesphore R., wait for the start of...
Kersten Woweries (L) and Natalie von Wistinghausen, the lawyers of Rwandan defendant Onesphore R., wait for the start of his trial in a courtroom in Frankfurt February 18, 2014. A German court on Tuesday convicted an ethnic Hutu mayor from Rwanda of assisting in the genocide of Tutsis in 1994 and sentenced him to 14 years in jail, ending Germany's first trial related to the mass killings in central Africa. Onesphore R. was mayor of an area in northern Rwanda and had been charged with genocide, murder and incitement to both genocide and murder. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
GERMANY-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX191FS
February 18, 2014
Rwandan defendant Onesphore R. waits for the start of his trial in a courtroom in Frankfurt February...
Frankfurt, Germany
Rwandan defendant Onesphore R. waits for the start of his trial in a courtroom at a Frankfurt court
Rwandan defendant Onesphore R. waits for the start of his trial in a courtroom in Frankfurt February 18, 2014. A German court on Tuesday convicted an ethnic Hutu mayor from Rwanda of assisting in the genocide of Tutsis in 1994 and sentenced him to 14 years in jail, ending Germany's first trial related to the mass killings in central Africa. Onesphore R. was mayor of an area in northern Rwanda and had been charged with genocide, murder and incitement to both genocide and murder. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187B6
February 04, 2014
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa is seen in a courtroom before the start of the trial at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187B3
February 04, 2014
A lawyer speaks to the media as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
A lawyer speaks to the media as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
A lawyer speaks to the media as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187B2
February 04, 2014
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
A camera which is set up to record exceptionally for archive the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa is seen in a courtroom before the start of the trial at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187AU
February 04, 2014
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal...
Paris, France
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal...
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187AR
February 04, 2014
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal...
Paris, France
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal...
Files are displayed in a courtroom before the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187AI
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX187A6
February 04, 2014
General view of a courtroom at the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa...
Paris, France
General view of a courtroom at the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa...
General view of a courtroom at the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1879L
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX18795
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX18793
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier (R) arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier (R) arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1878V
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (L) and his lawyer Simon Foreman arrive for the start of the...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (L) and his lawyer Simon Foreman arrive for the start of the...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (L) and his lawyer Simon Foreman arrive for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1878Q
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1878G
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1878A
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX18784
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunting couple Alain (C) and Dafroza Gauthier (L) arrive for the start of the trial...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunting couple Alain and Dafroza Gauthier arrive for the start of the trial of former...
Rwanda's genocide-hunting couple Alain (C) and Dafroza Gauthier (L) arrive for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1877P
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1877J
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (L) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (L) speaks to journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX18776
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start of the...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/
RTX18774
February 04, 2014
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start...
Paris, France
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start of the...
Rwanda's genocide-hunter Alain Gauthier (C) is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the start of the trial of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa at a Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
FRANCE-RWANDA/
RTX1876W
February 04, 2014
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's...
Paris, France
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's...
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's trial at Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-RWANDA/
RTX1876T
February 04, 2014
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's...
Paris, France
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's...
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's trial at Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/
RTX1876L
February 04, 2014
Fabrice Epstein (C), lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start...
Paris, France
Fabrice Epstein, lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's...
Fabrice Epstein (C), lawyer of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa, arrives for the start of Simbikangwa's trial at Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-RWANDA/TRIAL
RTX1876G
February 04, 2014
The wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa is seen before the start of his trial...
Paris, France
The wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa is seen before the start of his trial...
The wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa is seen before the start of his trial at Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-RWANDA/
RTX1876F
February 04, 2014
A fireman installs the wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa before the start...
Paris, France
A fireman installs the wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa before the start...
A fireman installs the wheelchair of former Rwandan army captain Pascal Simbikangwa before the start of his trial at Paris court February 4, 2014. Trial begins against Pascal Simbikangwa, a 54-year-old former soldier who allegedly supplied killers with arms and instructions and who some in Rwanda nickname "the torturer", on suspicion of genocide and crimes against humanity. The trial of the former Hutu officer will mark the first trial in France to judge those suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide. Simbikangwa was arrested on the French island of Mayotte in 2008 under an international arrest warrant for his alleged involvement in the genocide and risks life in jail. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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