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Rwanda Leader Gets 6 Years for Role in Genocide

The U.N. tribunal for Rwanda sentenced a former local leader to six years in prison on Monday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of extermination by omission under a plea bargain with prosecutors. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda convicted Vincent Rutaganira of aiding and abetting the killings of ethnic Tutsis who came to hide in a church in Muguga, Kibuye province, between 8 and 15 April, 1994. “We find you guilty of ‘crimes against humanity (extermination by omission)’, for having aided and abetted attacks that resulted in the deaths and injuries within the church,” Presiding Judge Andresia Vaz said in the court’s first judgment this year.Full Story

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