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Is anywhere safe for Paul Kagame’s critics?

Is anywhere safe for Kagame’s critics?

10 June 2023

9:00 AM

10 June 2023

9:00 AM

After weeks of travelling – first Paris, then Kinshasa – I was looking forward to my evening at L’Horloge du Sud in Brussels. Known for its poisson liboké (fish wrapped in banana leaf) and other African specialities, the restaurant is popular with the city’s African diaspora. I’d been invited by a Pan-African thinktank to discuss my book on Rwanda.

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