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Rwanda's ex-army chief guilty of genocide

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 - 01:10

May 18 - Rwanda's former army chief Augustin Bizimungu beginning a 30-year jail term for 1994 slaughter of ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus. Paul Chapman reports.

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Rwanda's former army chief focused and as a munger is starting a thirteen year jail Sampras ruled in the nation's genocide of 1994. He's been convicted by the international criminal tribunal for -- of crimes against humanity. At 300000. Ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus resources and a three month bloodbath by ethnic Hutu militias. The killing spree ignited after a plane carrying former president -- had to get him -- it was shot down near the capital Kigali. Former military police leader Augustin and didn't really Amano was also convicted of crimes against humanity -- walked free. The court said his command over the police had been limited. He'd also supported reconciliation before 1994. And oppose the massacres. To -- senior army figures rules say if found guilty of the same challenge party for their role in an attack but that's the deaths of eight Belgian peacekeepers. Chapman reports it's.

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Rwanda's ex-army chief guilty of genocide

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 - 01:10