Former Rwandan Armed Forces (FAR) chief of staff Augustin Bizimungu is sentenced to 30 years imprisonment for his role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
A French court rejects the extradition appeal of Rwandan businessman Félicien Kabuga, believed to be the financier of the Rwandan genocide, clearing for him to be sent to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda for trial.
A court in France orders Rwandan genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga to be handed over to a United Nations tribunal for trial. Kabuga's lawyers said that their client would not receive a fair trial at a UN tribunal and that his health was too fragile to be transferred amidst the pandemic. However, French justice said his transfer is "not incompatible" with the decision.
A French court sentences two former Rwandan mayors of the town of Kabarondo to life in prison on charges of crimes against humanity and genocide committed during the Rwandan Genocide in 1994. During the genocide, Hutu extremists massacred over 2,000 Tutsi who sought refuge in the town.
Rwanda’s high court sentences opposition leader, Victoire Ingabire, to eight years in prison, convicting her of "conspiring to harm the country through war and terror, and minimizing" the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.