Hassan Bubacar Jallow

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07 February 2005 by THIERRY CRUVELLIER WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS IN THE HAGUE AND ARUSHA

The 31 December 2004 marked the official end of investigations at the two UN courts for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. Thus, it is now possible to make a preliminary accounting of the Tribunal's records of indictments.

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24 September 2007 by our correspondent in Arusha

For nearly seven years, the question of whether to send defendants at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to Rwandan courts has been the subject of irresolute initiatives, dead-end announcements and political-judicial maneuvering. On September 7, the ICTR prosecutor finally requested that three defendants be transferred to Kigali.

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05 May 2008 by our Arusha correspondent

Presented as "historic" by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), the hearing that was held April 24 opened, quite belatedly, the very first public debate on one of the prosecution's five requests for the transfer of defendants to Rwanda. Chief Prosecutor Hassan Bubacar Jallow made the first move, exhorting the judges to look to France's example, saying, "The court of appeal [of Chambery] has pronounced on the same issue, in the context of a request (...) for the extradition of one Kamana Claver to Rwanda on charges of genocide and charges of crimes against humanity.