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‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero charged with terror offences

Hailed a hero in "Hotel Rwanda," the Hollywood movie about the country's 1994 genocide, Paul Rusesabagina has been charged with terrorism offenses in Kigali, Rwanda. CNN's David McKenzie reports.

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