Friday May 15, 2015
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza said in his first address to the nation after a failed coup against him that the country is at peace and all of its borders are now open.
Friday December 29, 2006
Three men arrested in Britain after being accused of involvement in the 1994 Rwandan genocide were remanded in custody after appearing in court today.
Wednesday December 13, 2006
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda has sentenced a Roman Catholic priest to 15 years in prison for his role in the 1994 genocide.
Thursday August 10, 2006
The Minister of State for Overseas Aid, Conor Lenihan, has announced that grant aid of €250,000 is to be given to assist the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Wednesday June 29, 2005
A Belgian jury has found two Rwandan men guilty of helping Hutu militias slaughter some 50,000 people during a 1994 genocide in Rwanda that killed hundreds of thousands.
Monday November 22, 2004
Tuesday August 17, 2004
The Rwandan government has warned that it could intervene in the event of a new genocide of ethnic Tutsis after Friday's massacre of over 150 Congolese Tutsis at a refugee camp in Burundi.
Wednesday April 07, 2004
Ceremonies have been held in Rwanda to commemorate the estimated 800,000 genocide victims who were slaughtered by Hutu militias 10 years ago.