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Vol 40 No 25

Published 17th December 1999


Advantage Kigali

The government has won its latest row with the UN over genocide trials

Tracking down the perpetrators of the 1994 genocide continues to dominate Rwandan politics. At home, an anti-corruption drive is running alongside fresh allegations of complicity in the genocide against some senior officials; in the region, peace prospects in Congo-Kinshasa are bleaker, with President Laurent-Désiré Kabila's government making no apparent effort to comply with the Lusaka agreements on handing over genocide suspects. Internationally, Kigali's relations with the United Nations remain fractious after a public row with the hapless International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR, AC Vol 40 No 6).

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