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Refugee from Rwanda convicted in 1994 genocide

STOCKHOLM — A Swedish citizen originally from Rwanda was sentenced to life in prison Monday for his role in the 1994 genocide in the African country.

Claver Berinkindi was found guilty of genocide and gross violation of international law.

Some 800,000 people, mostly ethnic Tutsis, were killed by Hutu extremists during the Rwandan genocide, according to the U.N.

Canada wins in rout

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia—Canada won its third-straight game at the hockey world championship today, routing Belarus 8-0 with seven different players scoring.

Canada leads Group ‘B’ with nine points and has scored 20 goals in its three games, including a 5-1 win over the United States in its opener on Friday.

Hahn wins in playoff

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—James Hahn said the anxiety was creeping in after missing eight-straight cuts on the PGA Tour, causing him to wonder if he’d ever get his game straightened out.

But after a long talk with caddie Mark Urbanek last week, Hahn came to Quail Hollow Club with a renewed confidence and determination to end the streak.

He did that—and more.