A former Rwandan intelligence chief implicated in 1994 campaign of genocide in the country has been captured in Uganda, according to the police. Idelphonse Nizeyimana is wanted for allegedly orchestrating the murder of thousands of people, including children, hospital patients, priests and an elderly and revered African queen. He has been indicted by the Rwandan War Crimes Tribunal on charges of genocide, complicity in genocide and incitement to commit genocide. Between 800,000 and one million people are believed to have been murdered in the space of 100 days in 1994 when ethnic Hutu extremists mounted a killing spree targeting ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus. Nizeyimana was believed to be in hiding in the jungles of eastern Congo, where he belonged to a Hutu militia called the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda. The militia has been accused of widespread human rights abuses and killings of civilians.