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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 -

The arrest and indictment of Colonel Léonidas Rusatira on charges of genocide has caused widespread consternation. The arrest of General Augustin Ndindiliyimana in January 2000 in Belgium caused a few ripples. In spite of his high rank as former head of the Rwandan army in April 1994, and a recognised political refugee of the former colonial power, he was not considered by the experts to have been responsible for the genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda.

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20 September 2004 by -

On the morning of 7 April 1994, the massacres were still only sporadic in the town of Kigali. In the hours that followed, the Rwandan capital erupted into violence. The following day, the killers carried out their extermination systematically.

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07 February 2005 by our correspondent

Over the last few years, speed and firmness have been the official watchwords at hearings before the Arusha Tribunal. Yet, both are sorely lacking in Military II trial which involves the former chief of staff of the army, General Augustin Bizimungu, the former chief of staff of the gendarmerie, General Augustin Ndindiliyimana, the former commander of the reconnaissance battalion Major François-Xavier Nzuwonemeye, and his second in command, Captain Innocent Sagahutu.

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