06 September 2004 by our correspondent

Relations between the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the Rwandan government were the topic of two announcements made by the ICTR prosecutor Hassan Jallow at the end of August.

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.

19 November 2007 by Thierry Cruvellier

On November 8, thirteen years ago, the United Nations Security Council created the ICTR to try those primarily responsible for the serious crimes committed in Rwanda in 1994. Representatives of the Arusha tribunal promise it will have finished its first instance trials by the end of 2008, except for one, which will be completed in 2009. Two uncertainties still weigh on the ICTR: its ability to transfer some of the accused to national courts and the 14 fugitives. But most of all, the ICTR continues to mourn its most serious failure: the absence of proceedings against the winners of the war.