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A secret United Nations report accuses the Rwandan army of training Burundian rebels looking to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza from power.
Burundians have consistently pushed back against alarm bells that the violence over President Nkurunziza's third term could devolve into genocide. But an increase in messaging aimed at pitting Hutus and Tutsis indicates a worrisome shift.
Mr. Kagame has ruled Rwanda since 2000 and is now legally able to serve as president until 2034. He plans to run for a seven-year term in 2017.
Travelers are gaining access to places and experiences across Africa once closed off or just unknown to them.
Ladislas Ntaganzwa is wanted for instigating the murder of tens of thousands of Tutsis during the 1994 genocide. He had been hiding with a rebel group in eastern Congo.
The decision follows a resolution passed Thursday by the UN Security Council that condemns the rising violence in the central African nation.
Rwanda's high court ruled Thursday in favor of a drive to change the constitution so that President Paul Kagame can run for a third term. Critics say African leaders are too ready to dismantle checks on their powers.
Youth-led protests have turned violent over President Nkurunziza’s decision to run for a third term. Critics say the move is unconstitutional and could reverse the democratic progress made since a civil war ended in 2005.
The question has dogged France since the 1994 mass slaughter. President François Hollande announced Tuesday that the country will declassify official documents that could finally shed light on its role at the time.
An October BBC documentary titled 'Rwanda's Untold Story' represents and repeats most of the flaws and misreadings in the Western narrative on post-genocide Rwanda.
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