: Norway will now extradite genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi to Rwanda, where he risks life imprisonment. Ny Tid can document that witness after witness speaks untruth, yet they are believed by both Kripos and the Norwegian judiciary.
: The Ministry of Justice and Emergency Preparedness does not wish to comment on the decision to extradite Eugene Nkuranyabahizi. Kripos points out that three courts have concluded that there is good reason to suspect.
: An opposition politician challenged Paul Kagame in the presidential election. In the end, Victoire Ingabire was sentenced to 15 years in prison for "genocide ideology". A number of independent journalists have also been imprisoned in recent years.
: Norwegian authorities must decide what role they want to play in Burundi: Violence is increasing, and trends from the massacres in neighboring Rwanda are repeated. The West is also responsible for the increase in ethnic conflicts.
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