A Belgian court found a former Rwandan army major guilty July 4 of murdering 10 Belgian peacekeepers and an undetermined number of civilians in the early days of the African republic’s 1994 genocide. However, the jury acquitted Bernard Ntuyahaga of involvement in the murder of then Rwandan Prime Minister Agathe Uwilingiyimana and in the killing of civilians in the district of Butare between June and July 1994. (Reuters)

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