Rwanda’s Paul Kagame: saviour or dictator?

President Kagame is flanked by thousands of people during one of the recent election campaigns. / Village Urugwiro

After the slaughter of one million people in 100 days in 1994, Paul Kagame is the man who brought peace to Rwanda and made it an African success story. His critics say he’s an autocrat who has ruled for too long and orders the killing of opponents. In the month that he won another election, John Carlin asks the president about his legacy – and involvement in the murder of his friend and former political ally. Read More 

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