Hours before she was due to be rescued in Rwanda, Florence Ngirumpatse was hacked to death with her husband and 16 others. But we still don't know why. By Charles Petrie*

The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) wants to urge France to resume its genocidaires acquitted or released by the ICTR

Le Mécanisme pour les tribunaux pénaux internationaux (MICT) veulent pousser la France à reprendre ses génocidaires acquittés ou libérés par le TPIR

Cette année a lieu le 25e anniversaire du génocide rwandais. Pour le couple de Rémois Alain et Dafroza Gauthier, le combat continue pour faire juger les génocidaires. Par Laura Dulieu

Twenty-five years after the Rwandan genocide, will the U.N. at last pursue Callixte Mbarushimana one of its own former officials? By Colum Lynch

Rwandan President Paul Kagame is not happy with the country’s top court decision to uphold a law that prescribes jail terms to anyone who insults the president.

Senator James Orengo has now challenged President Kenyatta to take the diplomatic tussle between Kenya and Uganda over Migingo Island to the International Court of Justice . Par Harold Odhiambo And Caleb Kingwara 

Green Party MP Golriz Ghahraman is pushing for new hate speech laws. By Phil Quin