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French high court OKs extradition of Rwanda genocide suspect

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French high court OKs extradition of Rwanda genocide suspectPARIS (AP) — France’s highest court on Wednesday rejected Rwandan genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga's appeal of a decision to extradite him to an international court in The...
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