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‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Paul Rusesabagina arrested on terrorism charges

By DW
01 September 2020   |   2:16 pm
Rusesabagina's role in saving refugees during the 1994 genocide inspired an Oscar-nominated film. He has more recently been known for his criticism of the Rwandan government.

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