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Bodies floating in Lake Rweru between Rwanda and Burundi

 

KPFA Evening News, 09.01.2014

The BBC reports perhaps as many as 40 bodies floating in Lake Rweru, between Rwanda and Burundi. Former ICTR defense lawyer Peter Erlinder spoke to KPFA about the precedent. 

 

Rwandan Ambassador brings legally enforced history to Sonoma State University

KPFA Evening News, broadcast, 03.22.2014

Rwanda's US Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana is on her way to Sonoma State University to to give a talk titled “Rwanda 20 Years After Genocide” this coming Tuesday, March 25th, as part of the university’s Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series.  “Genocide against the Tutsi” is the Constitutionally codified and legally enforced description in Rwanda, where it is a crime to say “Rwandan Genocide.”    

General Bosco Ntaganda is a Rwandan

 

 

KPFA Evening News, 05.28.2012

​East African military commander Bosco Ntaganda is a Rwandan. Why, amidst the new escalation of violence driving villagers from their homes in eastern Congo, are most of the world's wire services and news outlets reporting that he is Congolese?  And, why does Human Rights Watch, in their 05.13.2012 video, call for his arrest, but identify him first as a "rebel," then as a "Congolese general," but never as an invader from Rwanda?  

 

Rwanda: Iain Edwards on Victoire Ingabire and her choice

 

 

KPFA Evening News, 04.21.2012

Rwandan political prisoner and opposition leader Victoire Ingabire has refused to return to the Rwandan courtroom where she was on trial, and asked her lawyers not to return either. KPFA spoke to her British lawyer Iain Edwards.

 

Pentagon satellite photos of Rwanda 1994: Why now and not at the ICTR?

 

KPFA Weekend News, 04.15.2012

Declassified Pentagon satellite photos of Rwanda 1994, never seen at the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda, introduced into the trial of Rwandan born U.S. citizen Beatrice Munyenyezi in the State of New Hampshire, U.S.A.

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