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04 October 2004 by our correspondent

After the 1994 Rwandan genocide, few people would have believed that two officers with such contrasting profiles would find themselves in a joint billing at the Arusha court. Yet since September 20, and accompanied by two other high-level officers from the ex-Rwandan Armed Forces (FAR), Generals Augustin Ndindiliyimana and Augustin Bizimungu have appeared side by side before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). 

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01 June 2001 by -

In her portrait of former ICTR Chief Prosecutor Louise Arbour, Carol Off has set down the first draft of a still unwritten story: that of the ad hoc tribunals, and in particular, the ICTR. Flanked by generals Dallaire and MacKenzie, Arbour plays « the eagle » in this well-researched Canadian trilogy. The history of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda remains to be written. The fact that Canadian journalist Carol Off offers a partial beginning is but one of the merits of her new book.

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21 November 2005 by our correspondent in Arusha

On November 17, the most notorious defendant at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Colonel Théoneste Bagosora, concluded his 17-day testimony. The former directeur de cabinet at the Rwandan Ministry of Defense shifted responsibility for the April 7, 1994 assassination of the Prime Minister and ten Belgian peacekeepers to UN mission commander General Roméo Dallaire.

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