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Ghanaian-born serial feces-thrower arrested in Canada

A Ghanaian-born man, Samuel Opoku has been arrested by police in Toronto, Canada for carrying out feces attacks. Opoku is accused of dumping buckets of feces on people in a series of attacks, the Toronto Star reports. The 23-year-old is now facing five counts of assault with a weapon and five mischief-related charges. Police said he carried out the series of feces attacks over the course of four days, with the most recent taking place on Monday evening. “A young girl had a bucket of waste, feces, dumped on her,” Toronto…

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Nigerian-born woman elected into Canadian parliament

Nigerian-born Uzoma Asagwara has been elected into a Canadian legislative assembly as a lawmaker in Manitoba. Asagwara is a psychiatric nurse and community activist. She won the Union Station seat for the NDP in the election on Tuesday. That makes Asagwara the first Black, queer woman in the legislature. She also becomes one of three Black people to have been elected into the 150-year parliament. Another blackman Jamie Moses took the St. Vital seat and Audrey Gordon won Southdale for the Progressive Conservatives. ADVERTISEMENT Speaking on her victory, Asagwara said,…

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International Community on alert for Paul Kagame’s brutality

Press release Montréal, March 22, 2015 The Rwanda National Congress-RNC demands that the Canadian government expel members of the Rwandan Commondo or bring them before the Canadian justice system The Rwanda National Congress informed the minister of public security of Canada and the media of the presence of a Rwandan commando whose objective is to kill, injure, or intimidate several people who criticized the government of Rwanda. Some are travelling with diplomatic passports, others have Canadian documents and are led by a former advisor from the Rwandan Embassy in Ottawa…

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Leadership, Genocide and War Crimes. An African Perspective

Kenyata June 30th the African Union summit meeting at Equatorial Guinea voted the “Protocol on Amendments to the Protocol on the Statute of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights.” It maintains that while in power, African leaders and “senior officials” are not subject to prosecution for genocide, war crimes, or crimes against humanity. In principle the Protocol mirrors the judicial realities of Canada and the U.S. which assure our heads of state immunity, but less overtly.

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Rwanda:President Kagame Rejects Paris Envoy

President Kagame of RwandaFrance said Monday it had recalled its ambassador to Rwanda afterauthorities in Kigali refused to accept Paris’s choice of a new envoy. “The Rwandan authorities refused to give this approval” and “we have recalled our ambassador (Laurent Contini) for consultations in order to study the situation,” said a French foreign ministry spokesman, Vincent Floreani.

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Canada: Stop training Militia members for Rwanda

Dr. Theogene RudasingwaRWANDA NATIONAL CONGRESS

 

The Right Honorable Stephen Harper

Prime Minister of Canada

Office of the Prime Minister

80 Wellington Street

Ottawa, ON K1A OA2

Canada

VERY URGENT

2nd August, 2011

Dear Rt. Hon. Harper,

Re: PETITION FOR THE PREVENTION, SUPPRESSION AND PUNISHMENT OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF MILITIA GROUPS IN THE SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF RWANDA ON CANADIAN TERRITORY

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