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Pastor convicted of Rwanda Genocide

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Rwanda genocide suspect Jean UwinkindiImage copyrightGetty Images
Image captionJean Uwinkindi organised and participated in attacks on minority Tutsis

rencontre avec ryad boudebouz Rwanda’s High Court has sentenced a pastor to life in prison for his role in the 1994 genocide.

source site Jean Uwinkindi organised and participated in attacks on the minority Tutsi ethnic group, the court ruled.

source url Some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed by militias from the majority Hutu ethnic group.

tattiche di opzioni digitali The 64-year-old Hutu pastor was the first genocide suspect to be sent back to Rwanda for trial by the Tanzanian-based UN tribunal.

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conocer chicas la paz Uwinkindi – the former head of a Pentecostal church on the outskirts of the capital, Kigali – had opposed his transfer.

Hutu militiamen in 1994Image copyrightAFP
Image captionAround 800,000 people were killed during the 1994 genocide

conocer hombres casados He said he would not get a fair trial in Rwanda, where there is now a Tutsi-led government.

http://www.siai.it/?ityies=trading-binary-options&608=0f His lawyers said he would appeal against the High Court’s ruling.

agencia metropolitana de transito citas carapungo “The court finds that there were killings of the Tutsi at Rwankeri and Kanzenze hills and that the attacks were led by Uwinkindi,” said Judge Kanyegeri Timothee, Reuters news agency reports.

completely free online dating sites australia The prosecution alleged that in investigations after the genocide, some 2,000 bodies were found near the church in Kanzenze, just outside Kigali, where Uwinkindi was pastor.

He was indicted in 2011 after he was arrested in 2010 in neighbouring Uganda.

Another key suspect, Ladislas Ntaganzwa, who has a $5m (£3.2m) US bounty on him, was arrested two weeks ago in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.

-BBC

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