Could the Habré trial set a precedent for African justice?

Hissène Habré, the former president of Chad, has been convicted of crimes against humanity, the first time an ex-leader has been tried in an African Union-backed prosecution in another African country. William Wallis asks John Aglionby, the FT's East Africa correspondent, if the case could set a precedent.

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