Suspect Felicien Kabuga arrested in France

One of the most wanted suspects of the Rwandan genocide has been arrested in France 25 years after his escape. Felicien Kabuga was detained by French authorities in a flat near Paris, living under a false identity. The 84-year-old suspect has been charged with genocide and crimes against humanity. He is alleged to have been the main financier of ethnic Hutu extremists that staged large-scale attacks on the Tutsi minority community. Some 800,000 people died in the Rwanda genocide in 1994.

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