Zimbabwe has denied that it harboured “most wanted” Rwandan genocide-accused fugitive Protais Mpiranya, after the United Nations said he died in the country in 2006. The AFP news agency quotes UN prosecutors as saying that Mpiranya, who was the presidential guard commander at the time of the 1994 massacres, died in Zimbabwe where he fled years earlier, following pulmonary tuberculosis. He was then reportedly buried in a cemetery near Harare under an alias, with his family and associates carefully hiding his death. To read the full story visit the News Blog page of the Future Media website.