French anti-terror prosecutors have announced the arrest of Roger Lumbala, the former head of a rebel group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on charges of “complicity in crimes against humanity”. The Guardian reports that DRC authorities accuse the former opposition lawmaker who led the RCD-N party, an armed group suspected by UN investigators of carrying out extrajudicial killings, rapes and cannibalism during the country’s civil war from 1998-2002, of “high treason” and complicity with M23 rebels, who were defeated in November 2013 after an offensive by government and UN forces. But he was allowed to return home in 2017 after a deal to end a political crisis in the vast African country, one of a few accused figures whose freedom or return from exile was agreed.