Mar 01, 2017

Will anti-Genocide denial law in France have impact? - The New Times | Rwanda

Those who deny or downplay the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda while living in France will be risking both imprisonment and financial fines following an amendment made last month to the French law on media freedom.

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