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Peter Erlinder violated Rwandan law by saying both Hutus and Tutsis contributed to genocide

A Rwandan court is expected to rule Thursday on whether a jailed law professor from Minnesota should be freed on bail for health reasons, his family said Tuesday. Peter Erlinder, a professor at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, has been accused of violating Rwanda's laws against minimizing genocide. Erlinder was arrested May 28 while in the country to help with the legal defense of an opposition leader.


Liberal Democratic party led by Nick Clegg holds balance of power

British Prime Minister has resigned as leader of the Labour Party in the wake of a crushing defeat in last week's election. His departure brings another unknown factor into Britain's volatile post-election confusion. The Conservative Party won the most seats but not enough to form a majority. The Liberal Democrat party is seeking to negotiate a power sharing deal.


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