Cómo el héroe de ‘Hotel Rwanda’ cayó en la trampa de un dictador vengativo
Paul Rusesabagina pasó de ser el ruandés más famoso del mundo a prisionero de su némesis político, el presidente Paul Kagame, cuyo gobierno acusa al inmutable hotelero de asesinato, terrorismo e incendio intencional.
How the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fell Into a Vengeful Strongman’s Trap
Paul Rusesabagina went from the world’s most famous Rwandan to a prisoner of his political nemesis, President Paul Kagame, whose government accuses the coolheaded hotelier of murder, arson and terrorism.
‘Hotel Rwanda’ Hero, in Jailhouse Interview, Says He Was Duped Into Arrest
Paul Rusesabagina, who mysteriously disappeared from Dubai last month and then resurfaced as a prisoner in Rwanda, says he believed he was being flown to Burundi to talk to church groups.
Rwanda Hints It Tricked ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Dissident Into Coming Home
President Paul Kagame said that the arrested critic Paul Rusesabagina, now facing terrorism charges, was not kidnapped from Dubai but had been lured to Rwanda in a “flawless” operation.
The Three Rules of Coronavirus Communication
While the United States was creating confusion with its virus messaging, the rest of the world got creative.
Paul Rusesabagina of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Fame Was ‘Kidnapped,’ Daughter Says
He was in Dubai for a meeting, then reappeared in Rwanda, where authorities said the famed hotelier was arrested on charges including terrorism, arson and murder.
‘Hotel Rwanda’ Hero, Paul Rusesabagina, Is Held on Terrorism Charge
Mr. Rusesabagina sheltered more than 1,200 Rwandans who fled to the hotel he was managing during the 1994 genocide, a story that became a film. But he has become a critic of President Paul Kagame.
Susan Rice Was a Diplomatic Disaster
Joe Biden doesn’t need a running mate who has shown such poor judgment.
Coronavirus Is Battering Africa’s Growing Middle Class
From Kenya to Nigeria, South Africa to Rwanda, the pandemic is decimating the livelihoods of the once-stable workers who were helping to drive Africa’s economic expansion.
Rwandan Genocide Suspect Arrested After 23 Years on the Run
Félicien Kabuga, 84, had been on the run for 23 years, since he was indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda on multiple charges of genocide.