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Rwandan Mayors Tried in France Over Genocide Charges

Two former Rwandan mayors go on trial in France Tuesday, facing charges of genocide and crimes against humanity stemming from the 1994 massacres in the Central African country. Tite Barahirwa, 64, and Octavien Ngenzi, 58, are accused of playing a direct role in the massacre of some 2,000 Tutsis who sought refuge in a church in the eastern town of Kabarondo on April 13, 1994. Witnesses have said they saw Barahirwa wielding a spear at a rally at a football field, where he called for...

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