The Paris appeals court on Friday upheld a decision to end a years-long investigation into the plane crash that sparked ...
The appeals court in Paris rejects a request to reopen a probe into the 1994 assassination of Rwanda's president.
A French court will decide Friday whether to reopen an investigation into the assassination 26 years ago of Rwanda's ...
As dawn broke on May 16, an elite French police team blew open the door to an apartment in a sleepy northwestern Parisian ...
PARIS -- France's highest administrative court on Friday granted a researcher access to restricted archives from the French presidency regarding the country's role before and during the 1994 ...
The ruling is the latest chapter in a long dispute between France and Rwanda in the aftermath of the genocide in which some 800,000 people, mainly minority Tutsis but also moderate Hutus, were ...
Kabuga, once one of Rwanda's richest men, was indicted by the tribunal in ... the the UN tribunal said last month. France has long been known as a hiding place for wanted genocide suspects and French ...
Rwanda has long accused France of complicity in the genocide, which was triggered after the 1994 death of the former Rwandan dictator, Juvenal Habyarimana when his plane was shot down.
PARIS (Reuters) - France’s top administrative court on Friday ruled that a researcher could access former President Francois Mitterrand’s archives on the 1994 Rwandan genocide, marking a ...
Jeremie Blin, the Chargé d'Affaires of France to Rwanda said in a statement the project will strengthen cooperation between both countries, especially in the health field as the entire world ...
Graner has written several books about events in Rwanda leading to the slaughter of some 800,000 people, mainly ethnic Tutsis. Critics say France was too supportive of Rwanda’s Hutu-led ...
The ruling is the latest chapter in a long dispute between France and Rwanda in the aftermath of the genocide in which some 800,000 people, mainly minority Tutsis but also moderate Hutus ...