Rwanda: French court rejects release of genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga
28 May 2020 | 2:08 pm
After two decades on the run, a Rwandan suspect in the genocide against the Tutsis has appeared on front of a French court. Felicien Kabuga says all charges he faces are lies. and in Cameroon Covid19 has upset the financial situation in the country. A drop in international money transfers is affecting many families. And finally Nolywood is back in action, Nigerian cinemas remain closed but the film industry is finding ways to creep back to work.
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