Rwandan spy chief General Karenzi granted bail
Rwanda’s intelligence chief has been granted bail by a London court – after he refused consent to his extradition to Spain over alleged war crimes.
General Karenzi Karake is accused of presiding over massacres in the wake of the 1994 genocide – as well as ordering the deaths of three Spanish aid workers.
Rwanda’s government denounced his arrest by the Metropolitan police – calling it an “outrage” – while thousands of protestors rallied outside the British High Commission in Kigali.
Our international editor Lindsey Hilsum reports from Westminster Magistrates Court