From BBC News:
Judges at the UN-backed court for Rwanda is to hand down a verdict for the only woman to be charged with genocide before an international court.
Pauline Nyiramasuhuko, 65, was a government minister in 1994 in Rwanda when 800,000 people - mostly from the Tutsi ethnic group - were killed.
Along with four former local officials and her own son, she is accused of organising massacres as well as the rape of women and girls.
She denies all the charges.
Mrs Nyiramasuhuko was Rwanda's minister for family and women's development at the time of the genocide.
The prosecution at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) accuses her of taking part in the government decision to create militias throughout the country. Their mission was to wipe out the Tutsi population as fast as possible.
Mrs Nyiramasuhuko is accused of ordering and assisting in the massacres in her home district of Butare in southern Rwanda. Along with her son, who was in his early 20s at the time, she is also accused of organising the kidnap and rape of Tutsi women and girls.