Dominique Ntawukulilyayo, the former deputy administrator of Rwanda's southern Gisagara district has been found guilty of genocide in the UN war crimes court and now faces 25 years in jail. He was found guilty of organising the killing of Tutsis in his area during the 1994 genocide. Read more: AFP, via Google News
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