The 26-year-long search for Africa’s most wanted man
How did Félicien Kabuga, accused of organising Rwanda’s genocide, evade capture for so long? He has been charged with having orchestrated and financially backed the killing of over 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus in Rwanda in 1994. After escaping to Kenya, the whole affair became a manhunt backed by the United Nations, one that surprisingly only saw its conclusion in France six months ago. In the Financial Times, Tom Wilson puts together the complex pieces of Kabuga's puzzle.
From Financial Times