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April 2, 2022
For several years, the government was cagey about businesses associated with Mr Felicien Kabuga, the suspect who was arguably Rwanda’s richest man at the time of the genocide. At some point, the former Attorney-General, Mr Amos Wako, and the Director of Public Prosecutions, Mr Keriako Tobiko, were taken to task by a Kenyan court to...
A Chinese man kidnapped as a toddler 32 years ago has been reunited with his biological parents, after police used facial recognition technology to help track him down. Mao Yin was just two when he was snatched outside a hotel in Xi’an in central Shaanxi province in 1988 and sold to a childless couple in...
A 36-year-old woman who is accused of forcing her 14-year-old daughter to have sex with different men in exchange for money has been arraigned in Makindye magistrate’s court in Kampala and charged with aggravated trafficking in children. Zura Mukamana, a resident of Masajja Kibira ‘B’ zone in Makindye-Ssabagabo has been jointly charged with one Fred...
Rwanda’s most wanted genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga was on Saturday arrested in Paris, the French justice ministry and the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals announced. Kabuga, 84, has been living under a false identity in a flat in Asnieres-Sur-Seine, near Paris. He had evaded justice for 25 years as Rwanda relentlessly pursued his...
The South Sudanese government has confirmed two cases of COVID-19 have been registered inside a civilians protection site in the capital, Juba. The site has about 30,000 people who sought protection there at the height of a civil war in the world’s youngest nation. According to the UN Peace Keeping Mission in South Sudan, although...
Fourteen boys were raped by a man posing as a pastor in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the Panzi Foundation said Tuesday.  The Bukavu charity hospital founded by Denis Mukwege, the Nobel laureate and gynaecologist hailed for his work with rape victims, said the children were admitted last month “in a state of suffering...
Judge rejects petition to release Guatemala ex-president A judge on Tuesday rejected an appeal by jailed Guatemalan ex-president Otto Perez to be released into house arrest over fears of contracting the coronavirus. The 69-year-old former general has been in custody since 2017 awaiting trial over a massive bribery scandal. He also has a heart condition....
“You are stupid! Why do you keep failing, yet, your friends are performing well in the class,” shouted a furious Athieno at her eight-year-old son, Opio.Athieno, a single mother of two, was angry because her son had failed the recently concluded school second term final examinations. “Is there porridge inside your brain?” she yelled louder...
More than 900 undocumented migrants from Southern African countries were deported to their original nations last week, said a South African official on Monday. Bongani Bongo, chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs of Parliament, revealed this during a visit to the Lindela Repatriation Center for undocumented migrants in Gauteng. The visit came after...
Many Africans are managing to evade coronavirus lockdown barriers in Niger, the Sahel’s migrant crossroads, as they press on with their perilous desert trek to the Mediterranean Sea and ultimately Europe. The migrant flow has slowed down but not dried up despite tight checks in the capital Niamey, and an increase of desert security patrols...
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