Rwanda’s Paul Kagame warned he may be charged with aiding war crimes

US tells president he could face prosecution for arming groups that carried out atrocities in Democratic Republic of Congo. The head of the US war crimes office has warned Rwanda’s leaders, including President Paul Kagame, that they could face prosecution at the international criminal court for arming groups responsible for atrocities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Stephen Rapp, who leads the US Office of Global Criminal Justice, told the Guardian the Rwandan leadership may be open to charges of “aiding and abetting” crimes against humanity in a neighbouring country…

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