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Rwandan leaders on genocide trial

The trial has begun of four ministers and former ruling party officials during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda in which some 800,000 people died. One is accused of leading a massacre in a hospital whilst another allegedly paid men for each Tutsi they killed. The four men deny charges of genocide and crimes against humanity. This is the second high profile trial in a month featuring Hutu leaders to begin at the International Criminal Court in the Tanzanian town of Arusha. The UN tribunal has convicted just 12 people so far in its eight years, and under a new leader is keen to respond to charges of inefficiency. Full Story

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