The arrest of Rwandan presidential aide Rose Kabuye on an international warrant issued by France has triggered bitter protests from Kigali. She was extradited from Germany to Paris, where she is awaiting trial.
Nearly 30 years after nearly 2 million people died in Cambodia’s killing fields, five senior Khmer Rouge officials are finally set to face justice. FRANCE 24’s Cyril Payen takes a behind-the-scenes look at a much criticised trial.
Mohammed Momin Khawaja, the first Canadian tried under the country's new anti-terrorism law, was found guilty of five offenses, including knowingly participating in a foiled plot against several targets in Britain.
After a lengthy trial, a court in the Ivory Coast finally rules on a case of toxic waste dumping. Also in our weekly show: thousands of Congolese are displaced amid an upsurge in violence and a new Paris exhibition takes a look at women in Africa.
In a landmark ruling, an Ivory Coast court sentenced one man to 20 years and another to five years in jail in connection to a 2006 toxic waste dumping scandal, which killed 17 people. Seven others charged in the case were acquitted.
Thailand's Supreme Court has convicted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in absentia of violating a conflict-of-interest law while in office. Prosecutors are now seeking his extradition from Britain.
Thailand's Supreme Court is set to rule on whether Thai authorities can seize about 2.2 billion dollars of frozen assets belonging to ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, accused of accumulating the money through questionable businesses.
Egyptian construction magnate Hesham Talaat Moustafa and a former police officer have pleaded not guilty to charges of murdering the Lebanese singer Suzanne Tamim. Their trial started in Cairo on Saturday.
As the trial gets underway in Moscow in the 2006 murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, her family’s lawyer tells FRANCE 24 how she found mercury in her car in France – and wonders whether it was intended to poison her.