Rwandan suspect Félicien Kabuga had key genocide role, trial hears
02 October 2022 | 12:55 pm
One of the men accused of funding and supporting the genocide in Rwanda goes on trial in The Hague. Prosecutors say Félicien Kabuga played a crucial role in the mass killings, in which 800,000 people were killed over just three months in 1994.
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