French High Court approves transfer of Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga
A French court rules that the Rwandan man accused of having bankrolled the country's genocide can be transferred to a UN tribunal to stand trial. Félicien Kabuga was arrested near Paris earlier this year after 25 years on the run. Also, Cameroon is accused of becoming increasingly repressive as hundreds of opposition protesters remain in jail following their arrest at anti-government demonstrations last week. And several people appear in court in Paris after trying to take African artwork from a museum in the French capital.
Rwanda's most-wanted genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga loses extradition appeal
Felicien Kabuga allegedly financed and helped orchestrate the murder of hundreds of thousands of Tutsis. He evaded justice for 25 years until he was caught outside Paris earlier this year. He will face a UN tribunal.
Berlin bans rally by vegan chef and conspiracy theorist Attila Hildmann
Berlin authorities have banned a rally of the coronavirus conspiracy theorist Attila Hildmann. The vegan chef claims Adolf Hitler was a "blessing" compared to Angela Merkel, accusing her of preparing a global genocide.
Rwanda: French court rejects release of genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga
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.
ICTR: A tribunal that failed Rwandan genocide victims and survivors
During the genocide, the international community did not intervene, but afterwards it set up an 'international court'. Did the court dispense justice? Opinions are divided, and 'some' survivors are waiting for justice.
Germany charges Iraqi man with genocide for killing Yazidi child
An Iraqi man faces a charge of genocide in Germany, accused of chaining up a Yazidi girl and letting the 5-year-old die of thirst. He and his wife, a German national, are believed to be part of the "Islamic State" group.
Canada: Deaths of indigenous women were 'genocide'
A Canadian government inquiry has concluded that the deaths of thousands of aboriginal women and girls in recent decades amounted to a "national genocide."