The Listening Post

Felicien Kabuga: The man who put hate on Rwanda's airwaves

The story of Felicien Kabuga, the role he played in Rwanda's genocide and how he evaded justice for 26 years.

Rwanda

Hotel Rwanda film hero Paul Rusesabagina held on terror charges

Government critic who left Rwanda in 1996 arrested abroad in unnamed location on international warrant, police say.

Hotel Rwanda film hero Paul Rusesabagina held on terror charges

Africa

Rwanda issues warrant for 1994 genocide suspect in France

Ex-top military official Aloys Ntiwiragabo is investigated in France over role in killing spree that left 800,000 dead.

Rwanda issues warrant for 1994 genocide suspect in France

Rwanda

Rwanda genocide suspect, Aloys Ntiwiragabo, probe opens in France

French investigative news site Mediapart found the former spy chief hiding in Orleans, about 100km southwest of Paris.

Rwanda genocide suspect, Aloys Ntiwiragabo, probe opens in France

Europe

France rejects new probe into killing of Rwanda's Habyarimana

The appeals court in Paris rejects a request to reopen a probe into the 1994 assassination of Rwanda's president.

France rejects new probe into killing of Rwanda's Habyarimana

The Listening Post

Felicien Kabuga: The man behind Rwanda's hate media

Kabuga co-founded and funded Rwanda's infamous radio station RTLM, which played a key role in the country's genocide.

The Listening Post

Monuments of history or bigotry? The politics of statues

Should historic statues remain standing even if they celebrate racism? Plus, the man behind Rwanda's hate media.

Rwanda

French court allows access to Rwandan genocide archives

Top court approves researcher's request to access Mitterrand's documents, says debate is a matter of 'public interest'.

French court allows access to Rwandan genocide archives

Rwanda

'Music to kill to': Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Following the arrest of genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga, survivors reflect on the role of the radio station he funded.

'Music to kill to': Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Rwanda

French court backs UN trial for Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga

Appeals court in Paris rules Kabuga should be handed over to a UN tribunal in Tanzania to stand trial.

French court backs UN trial for Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga

Opinion

Who should try Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga?

Many Rwandans would like to see the man accused of funding the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi put on trial in Rwanda.

Nicola Palmer

by Nicola Palmer

Nicola Palmer

Genocide

Ex-mayor in Rwanda sentenced to life for role in 1994 genocide

Ladislas Ntaganzwa convicted for plotting to exterminate Tutsis and ordering the killing of more than 25,000 people.

Ex-mayor in Rwanda sentenced to life for role in 1994 genocide

Rwanda

French court rejects request to release Rwandan genocide suspect

Felicien Kabuga, arrested in Paris on May 16, told a court he did not 'kill any Tutsis' but was 'working' with them.

French court rejects request to release Rwandan genocide suspect

Africa

The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga

The former chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda discusses the hunt for genocide suspects.

The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga

Africa

Remains of Rwanda war crimes suspect found in Congo

Ex-defence minister Augustin Bizimana, believed to have died in 2000, was indicted on genocide, murder and rape charges.

Remains of Rwanda war crimes suspect found in Congo