(FILES) - A file picture taken on April 16, 2015 shows Rwandan President Paul Kagame talking during a press conference with Ethiopia's Prime Minister at the National Palace in Addis Ababa. AFP PHOTO / Zacharias Abubeker
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Rwandan prosecution lawyers called for 22-year jail sentences Wednesday against two senior military figures on trial for inciting rebellion against the central African nation's strongman, President Paul Kagame.According to military prosecutors, the pair had attempted to turn military officials against the government, while Rusagara had been relaying "propaganda" from the dissident Rwanda National Congress (RNC), an exiled opposition group that includes several former top members of Kagame's ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF).
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