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Rwanda Genocide Trial Kicks Off In French Court

Twenty years after the Rwanda genocide, France opened its first trial against 54-year-old Pascal Simbikangwa, a suspected accomplice in the massacre that killed 800,000 people, accusing a former intelligence chief of crimes against humanity. Simbikangwa appeared in a Paris court on Tuesday on the first day of the long-awaited trial, in which more than 50 prosecution witnesses are expected to describe the ex-soldier's alleged role in arming and directing Hutu killers.

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