Monday / Paul Rusesabagina / Hollywood / Emer Mccarthy

A Rwandan court on Monday sentenced Paul Rusesabagina, a one-time hotel manager portrayed as a hero in a Hollywood film about the 1994 genocide, to 25 years in prison after he was convicted of terror-related charges. Emer McCarthy reports.

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