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Vol 50 No 14

Published 10th July 2009


The quest for justice after the genocide continues

The search for justice lumbers on in a costly UN tribunal and national and community courts, but the convictions are relatively few

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda was set up by the United Nations Security Council in November 1994 to try those responsible for genocide or other serious offences against international humanitarian law during the terrible events that ended with the victory of the Uganda-based army led by General (and still President) Paul Kagame. Fifteen years on, the ICTR has only partially finished its work.

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