Tag: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

one unfinished business as ICTR closes down

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) this week celebrated 20 years since its establishment by the UN Security Council. From the onset, the $100 million-per year tribunal was beset by problems: incompetence, lack of understanding of the Rwandan context and a large number of uneducated witnesses who […]

Agnes Ntamabyariro wakatiwe gufungwa burundu arashaka ko arekurwa nka Justin Mugenzi

Photo: Agnes Ntamabyariro/internet Agnes Ntamabyariro wari Minisitiri w’Ubutabera wakatiwe gufungwa burundu n’Urukiko Rwisumbuye rwa Nyarugenge ku byaha bya Jenoside, mu bujurire bwe yasabye Urukiko Rukuru ko yagirwa umwere hashingiwe ku rubanza rwa Justin Mugenzi wagizwe umwere i Arusha. Justin Mugenzi na Ntamabyariro babaga muri PL, ishyaka riharanira ukwishyira […]

Bandora trial: state lines up witnesses

Charles Bandora ( 2nd right) consults with his lawyers; Boniface Nizeyimana (2nd left), and Mbera Ferdinand after the court session yesterday. (Timothy Kisambira)  The specialised chamber for international crimes at the High Court yesterday started hearing prosecution witnesses in the case against Genocide suspect Charles Bandora. The state […]