Most wanted fugitive in Rwanda's genocide arrested in France after 23 years on the run

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Felicien Kabuga, a millionaire accused of financing the 1994 genocide in Rwanda which killed more than 800,000 people, has been arrested near Paris.

The businessman was accused by Rwandan prosecutors of using his companies to import vast quantities of machetes that were used to slaughter people.

He had a $5m (£4.1m) bounty on his head.

WARNING: This report contains graphic images.

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