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Eugène Rwamucyo

Facts Eugène Rwamucyo is a Rwandan citizen. He was the head of the Center of Public Health of the University of Butare, Rwanda, during the genocide in 1994. He is accused of having supervised the burial of Tutsi victims and of finishing off those already injured in the Butare prefecture. Procedure On 23 April 2007, the Collectif des parties civiles p...

Christophe Ndangali

Facts Christophe Ndangali was a teacher and intellectual in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide. He allegedly participated in the exclusion of Tutsis from the school system and called for the extermination of Tutsis. Procedure Ndangali  and two other suspects were charged in Belgium with serious violations of international humanitarian law on 30 September 2020. Ndangal...

Séraphin Twahirwa

Facts Séraphin Twahirwa led an Interahamwe militia (the youth organization of the National Republican Movement for Democracy and Development) during the 1994 genocide. The militia is allegedly responsible for massacres of Tutsis in a central region of the country. Procedure Twahirwa and two other suspects were charged with serious violations of international humani...

Pierre Basabose

19.03.2021 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Pierre Basabose is a businessman who was close to the Rwandan government during the 1994 genocide. He is suspected of having financed genocidal propaganda. Procedure Basabose and two other suspects were charged with serious violations of international humanitarian law on 30 September 2020. Basabose is currently detained in Belgium. He will be tried in Belgium...
Building on its considerable expertise in Burundi and the DRC, TRIAL International has held its first joint training se...
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Philippe Hategekimana (Philippe Manier)

18.04.2018 - (Last modified: 25.03.2021)
Facts Philippe Hategekimana, alias Biguma, is a former police officer from the Nyanza commune near Butare in southern Rwanda. He is suspected of having participated in genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994. He was allegedly involved in the organisation and commission of multiple atrocities in Nyanza and the surrounding villages in April 1994. He is also suspected o...

Tabaro Theodore (Rukertabaro)

08.02.2017 - (Last modified: 17.07.2019)
Facts Theodore Tabaro was born in Rwanda in 1969 as Theodore Rukertabaro. He was allegedly involved in the 1994 Rwan...
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An op-ed by Sandra Delval The District Court of Bobigny (France) upheld a guilty verdict against Pascal Simbikangwa for...
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Vincent Brown (Bajinya)

31.05.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Vincent Brown was born as Vincent Bajinya in 1952 in Rwanda. He was a doctor in Kigali until 1994. Bajinya was...
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Emmanuel Nteziryayo

31.05.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Emmanuel Nteziryayo was born in 1963. He is a former mayor of the commune of Mudasomwa in Gikongoro province in R...
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Célestin Ugirashebuja

31.05.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Célestin Ugirashebuja was born in 1953. He is the former mayor of Kigona and member of the National Revolutionary...
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Emmanuel Karenzi Karake

09.05.2016 - (Last modified: 08.07.2020)
Facts Emanuel Karenzi Karake was born on 23 December 1960 in Rwanda. Karake attended Makerere University in Kampala...
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