A new archive of the genocide in Rwanda is unveiled in the capital Kigali.
Thousands of documents, photographs and audio-visual recordings relating to the 1994 genocide go on display in Rwanda.
- BBC (Image)
- Rwanda News Agency
- Four mass graves are found in Gasabo, Rwanda, thought to date back to the 1994 genocide. Around 3,000 people from the area remain missing. Houses are demolished to access the graves.
- The leaders of 44 African Union states sign an agreement in Kigali, Rwanda, to create the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA).
- A French court sentences two former Rwandan mayors of the town of Kabarondo to life in prison on charges of crimes against humanity and genocide committed during the Rwandan Genocide in 1994. During the genocide, Hutu extremists massacred over 2,000 Tutsi who sought refuge in the town.
- Former Rwandan minister Augustin Ngirabatware is sentenced to 35 years imprisonment for his role during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.
- Rwanda's "gacaca courts", set up to try those responsible for playing a role in the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, finish their work.