Posts Tagged ‘ICTR’

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Nyuma y’amagambo y’urwango yanditswe kuri murandasi na Evode Uwizeyimana ku itariki ya 17 Ugushyingo 2011, byatumye nandika ngaragaza aho bihurira  n’imvugo y’abateguye bagakora jenoside. (more…)

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Ku itariki ya 3 Ukuboza 2003 nari mu Urukiko Mpuzamahanga Mpanabyaha rwagenewe u Rwanda rukorera Arusha. (more…)

Appeals judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) removed Peter Erlinder as the defense counsel for a Rwandan genocide convict. The US lawyer was sanctioned because he failed to show up at a hearing of his client, Major Aloys Ntabakuze, last month. (more…)

By Joe Stumpe (AFP)

WICHITA, Kansas — An octogenarian Rwandan went on trial in Kansas Tuesday, accused of lying about his role in the 1994 genocide in his home country to secure US citizenship. (more…)

Sam Nkurunziza–17 April 2011

Ngororero — Victims of the infamous Nyange massacres during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi were yesterday honoured at an emotional function held in Ngororero District. (more…)

KELVIN JAKACHIRA | HARARE – Apr 13, 2011

A United Nations court set up to prosecute suspects in the 1994 Rwandan genocide will next month start examining evidence against two of the tribunal’s most wanted men, one of them believed to be holed up in Zimbabwe. (more…)

Arusha, March 31, 2011 (FH) – The prosecution Thursday asked the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to confirm the conviction of former Rwandan Director of Cabinet of Ministry of Defence, Colonel Theoneste Bagosora, following his involvement in the 1994 genocide. (more…)

Published on: 29 March 2011

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) Tuesday sentenced to life imprisonment former Rwandan Director in the Ministry of Women and Family Affairs, Jean-Baptiste Gatete, for genocide, and extermination as a crime against humanity. (more…)

By Gerald Mbanda

Guardian on Sunday 27th March 2011

American Law Professor Peter Erlinder on March 7th, 2011, announced the publication of a book length article in the DePaul University Law School Journal for social Justice today: The United Nations Ad Hoc Tribunal for Rwanda: International Justice or Judicially-Constructed Victors’ Impunity. (more…)

By BIZIMANA Jean Damascène, LL.D–12 March 2011

It is an established fact: every time genocide is committed, it is followed by its denial.[1] With regard to the genocide against the Tutsi, denial is characterized by two specific aspects. First, it intensifies as each annual commemoration day draws near; then, it takes on changing and innovative forms depending on the times. (more…)