France Criticized for its Decision to set Free Felicien Kabuga on Health Grounds

A decision by the government of France to set free Rwandan Genocide ‘suspect’ Felicien Kabuga has elicited a lot of criticism from many countries who feel like the decision was insensitive and unfair to the survivors of the Rwandan genocide. In what appears to be the worst miscarriage of justice by France against its former

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France’s Directive to ‘Limit Contact with Elderly People’ Locks Macron out of his Own House

In a bid to prevent further spread of Covid-19, countries all over the world are issuing partial or total lock-downs, as well as other guidelines that could help protect people who are at most risk. But these directives are already having unintended consequences. In Kenya, a dusk to dawn curfew has forced workers to teleport

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