The Daily: Paul Rusesabagina and the Battle for the Soul of Rwanda

 The tale of Paul Rusesabagina, the “Hotel Rwanda” hero who is now accused of terrorism, speaks to the predicament of the African nation.

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Published online by Bianca Giaever and Daniel Guillemette
 18/02/2021

The Daily: Paul Rusesabagina and the Battle for the Soul of Rwanda

 The tale of Paul Rusesabagina, the “Hotel Rwanda” hero who is now accused of terrorism, speaks to the predicament of the African nation.

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