Diane Rwigara, the 37-year-old human rights activist who had once hoped to run for the Rwandan presidency, has been acquitted of all charges in Kigali's High Court on Thursday. Her mother, Adeline, who was also in court facing charges of inciting insurrection and divisionism was also acquitted of all charges.


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