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Court upholds 25-year sentence for 'Hotel Rwanda' hero

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Rwanda's Court of Appeal on Monday upheld a 25-year prison term against ailing "Hotel Rwanda" hero Paul Rusesabagina on terrorism charges, rejecting a prosecution appeal to increase the penalty to life. FRANCE 24's Simon Wohlfahrt reports from Rwanda.

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