The Burundian parliamentary vote on withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is part of the government’s continued effort to deny justice for victims of human rights crimes committed since April 2015, said Amnesty International today.

The Burundian parliamentary vote on withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is part of the government’s continued effort to deny justice for victims of human rights crimes committed since April 2015, said Amnesty International today.

The Burundian parliamentary vote on withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is part of the government’s continued effort to deny justice for victims of human rights crimes committed since April 2015, said Amnesty International today.

Rwandan President Paul Kagame criticised France on Monday after French investigators reopened a investigation into the 1994 assassination of the Rwandan president, a killing that triggered the country’s genocide. Par Reteurs

Alors que le Burundi est de plus en plus accusé d'être en grande partie responsable de crimes, il vient de décider de se retirer de la Cour pénale internationale (CPI). Par RFI

Le Rwanda connaît aujourd’hui, et depuis quelques années, un vent de réforme et de modernisation de sa législation en matière de propriété intellectuelle. Par Nathalie Dreyfus.

Ngombwa, 56, faces up to 30 years in federal prison. In May, a judge revoked his U.S. citizenship and canceled his naturalization certificate obtained in November 2004. By Trish Mehaffey

Un tribunal français a rejeté jeudi la demande d'extradition d'un ancien responsable militaire rwandais, Laurent Serubuga, que le Rwanda souhaite juger pour crimes génocidaires, et ordonné sa remise en liberté.