Rwanda's Most Wanted

PAPER TRAIL: In Kenya, an appeal for tips on Kabuga

He may be the most wanted man in the world. For a decade Rwanda's alleged genocide financier, Félicien Kabuga, has evaded trial for crimes against humanity and genocide. According to an indictment from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Kabuga secured weapons and transport for extremist Hutu militias in 1994, as his RTLM radio station was inciting mass violence. So when the U.S. launched a 2002 campaign to bring the génocidaires to justice, it started with a $5 million reward on Kabuga.

Nobody's collected yet. Kabuga, now in his 70s, is rumored to be alive and prosperous...

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