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After being on the run for 21 years, Rwanda’s most wanted man was arrested by Interpol agents on Monday night. He had a $5 million bounty on his head and was among the nine fugitives wanted in the 1994 genocide that left more than 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead. The events sparked the 2004 film Hotel Rwanda starring Don Cheadle.

The Guardian reports that Ladislas Ntaganzwa was found in the eastern Congo city of Goma according to John Bosco Siboyintore, head of the genocide tracking unit at Rwanda’s Public Prosecution Authority, and Richard Muhumuza, Rwanda’s prosecutor general.

Back in 1994, Ntaganzwa was serving as mayor of Nyakizu when he reportedly participated in the planning and execution of the massacre of more than 20,000 Tutsis at Cyahinda parish. Per the indictment, he is alleged to have delivered the order on who to kill through a megaphone, and personally killed five when he fired into the crowd.

He is also accused of orchestrating a massacre of thousands of Tutsi in Gasasa Hill, murdering Tutsi who fled in the Nkakwa sector, and for additional killings in the Maraba sector and in the Nkomero Trading Centre. He is also said to have given orders for rape. 

Other fugitives still at large include Felicien Kabuga, the alleged chief financier of the genocide, Protais Mpiranya, the former commandant of the Presidential Guards, and former defense minister Augustin Bizimana.