Belgium’s federal prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday it had arrested three people of Rwandan origin who were charged with serious violations of international law linked to the 1994 genocide. Reuters reports that the arrests come as survivors of the genocide have demanded an acceleration in the pace of international justice, and Belgium, the former colonial power in Burundi and Congo as well as Rwanda, seeks to do more to come to terms with its past. Belgium’s prosecutor said the trio were arrested following police searches in Brussels and the Belgian province of Hainaut between September 29-30. The prosecutor’s office did, however not identify the suspects or specify what role they were accused of playing in the killings.