The U.N. has accused Rwanda of training Burundian rebels to topple Burundi's president.
The deputy imam at a Kigali mosque was suspected of encouraging Rwandan youths to join ISIS in Syria.
The government said it was opposed to meeting with "those who are supporting violence" in the opposition.
Paul Kagame, who has been president since 2000, will seek a third term in 2017.
A German court convicted Onesphore Rwabukombe for his role in the massacre of hundreds who were seeking refuge at a church.
A Refugees International report found 80 cases of alleged recruitment into a non-state Rwandan militia.
Frank Habineza thinks that Rwanda's president should honor the constitution and step down in 2017.
Ladislas Ntaganzwa is accused of killing and raping thousands of people during the 1994 genocide.
The Public Security Minister and the Deputy Director of the National Police Force are among those facing sanction.
If the High Court of Justice upholds a recent district court decision, asylum seekers in Israel—mainly Eritreans and Sudanese—will have to agree to either indefinite incarceration or resettlement in a country that does not respect their basic rights
Chilling parallels exist between Burundi and Rwanda, where 800,000 died in the 1994 genocide.
Burundi's postponed elections were held Tuesday despite protests at home and abroad.
The decision to move asylum seekers to third countries was confirmed today.
France did not take part after rebel-turned-president, Paul Kagame, renewed charges of Paris' "direct role" in the killings
A survivor of the Rwandan genocide twenty years ago says the hero of Hollywood's Hotel Rwanda is a creation of fiction