A police officer stands outside a house in Portsmouth, southern England October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
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Rwanda is seeking an explanation from Britain about the arrest of its intelligence chief Karenzi Karake at the request of Spain, where he is wanted on war crime charges, a minister said in remarks published Tuesday.In 2008, a Spanish High Court judge, Fernando Andreu, accused 40 Rwandan military and political leaders, including Karake, of engaging in reprisal killings after the country's 1994 genocide.In the genocide, about 800,000 people were slaughtered, mostly members of the Rwanda's Tutsi minority as well as moderates in the Hutu majority.
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