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General Jean Bosco Kazura accused of Supervising Death Squad Leaves UN

The United Nations department of peacekeeping has unceremoniously announced the departure of one of its top commanders, Rwandan General Jean Bosco Kazura, who is alleged to have supervised a death squad in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide.

Kazura—one of Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s most trusted generals—had been appointed commander of the UN’s stabilization force in Mali, known as MINUSMA, in June 2013.

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Rwanda:Two LIPRODHOR Human rights activists arrested

Kigali-Rwanda-officials from human rights organasation LIPRODHOR has been arrested today over the internal wrangles involving two factions one critical to the government and other is pro-government.

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Habyarimana case: the new Rwandan witness disappeared

The new witness in the case of the attack against the plane of former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana – April 6, 1994 on the eve of the genocide – has been missing since Thursday, November 13. It was to be heard soon by the judges Nathalie Poux and Marc Trévidic. According to testimonies collected by RFI, Emile Gafirita was abducted in Nairobi, Kenya, outside his home shortly before midnight. He was stopped by two men who handcuffed him and forced him into their vehicle. No news since. Kenyan police ensures not have arrested him and investigate this matter.

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HORRIFIC NEWS FROM RWANDA: MORE FRESH DEAD BODIES DISCOVERED, IN KIGALI.

While no day passes in our country without somebody crying out for missing a relative, the bodies continue to be found in lakes and everywhere Kigali regime has dumped the bodies of Rwandans disappeared. The social party PS – Imberakuri brings into public notice to Rwandans and friends of Rwanda the following:

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Kagame bought TL-50 air defense missiles from China: Kanwa

China North Industries Corporation based in Beijing has successfully exported its TL-50 or Sky Dragon 50 air defense missiles to Rwanda, according to Kanwa Defense Review, a Chinese-language military magazine based in Canada.