Rwandans protest French arrest warrants for officials Bernard Hibbitts at 6:01 PM ET
[JURIST] Some 25,000 Rwandans gathered in a sports stadium in the capital Kigale Thursday to protest a French judge's issuance of arrest warrants for nine top Rwandan officials on suspicion of involvement in the 1994 downing of the plane carrying then-President Juvenal Habyariman [Wikipedia profile], whose death triggered a genocide that killed over 800,000 people. The protestors sang anti-French songs and burned French flags. Reuters has more.
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