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Hotel Rwanda Paul Rusesabagina Found Guilty of Terror Charges

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A court in Rwanda has sentenced Paul Rusesabagina to 25 years in prison on terrorism-related charges, in Kigali on Monday. Paul Rusesabagina, the man who saved hundreds of lives during the 1994 genocide – and became known worldwide after he was portrayed in the film ‘Hotel Rwanda’ -, was found guilty of backing the rebel group National Liberation Front, which has an armed wing accused of carrying out deadly attacks in the country in 2018 and 2019.
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