Rwanda said it had arrested Paul Rusesabagina – the man who was hailed a hero in a Hollywood movie about the country’s 1994 genocide – on terrorism charges, and paraded him in front of the media in handcuffs. Reuters quotes the Rwanda Investigations Bureau as saying that Rusesabagina, a critic of President Paul Kagame, is suspected of being a founder or a leader or sponsor or member of violent armed extremist terror outfits … operating out of various places in the region and abroad, and that he would face several charges including “terrorism, financing terrorism, arson, kidnap, and murder.