In this Saturday, April 5, 2014 file photo, family photographs of some of those who died hang in a display in the Kigali Genocide Memorial Center in Kigali, Rwanda. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)
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Democratic Republic of Congo's justice minister set conditions on Friday for the extradition of a suspect in the Rwandan genocide, saying Rwanda needs to respond to its own requests that suspects now on Rwandan soil be extradited to Congo.Congo's justice minister, Alexis Thambwe, told Reuters that Ntaganzwa was flown on Friday from the eastern city of Goma to the capital, Kinshasa, for questioning. He said that Congo was prepared to extradite Ntaganzwa but first sought reciprocity from Rwandan authorities.Thambwe could not say how many outstanding extradition requests Congo has with Rwanda.Rwanda has repeatedly refused Congo's extradition requests.
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