A Rwandan defense investigator accused of trying to fabricate evidence for the appeal in the genocide trial of the country?s former higher education minister has made his first appearance in his own case before the UN tribunal set up to deal with the mass killings that engulfed Rwanda in 1994. During an initial appearance Feb. 11 before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), in Arusha, Tanzania, Leonidas Nshogoza pleaded not guilty to two charges of contempt of the Tribunal and two counts of attempting to commit acts punishable as contempt. (UN News)

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