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    1994: When Kagame Borrowed Suit and Minister Who Stole $200,000

    June 25, 2017 at 11:59 pm By Dan Ngabonziza Jean Marie Vianney Ndagijimana Former Foreign Minister of Rwanda For two years, government soldiers were not paid. The vice president at the time, Gen Paul Kagame “borrowed a suit” to attend a function. The budget of the country was Rwf 56billion...
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    The Wealthy Killer Arrested in Malawi

    December 8, 2016 at 4:49 pm The tree in a compound where Murekezi convened meetings with Interahamwe militia After intense pressure, Malawi has succumbed and finally arrested Rwandan Genocide suspect Vincent Murekezi. But who is this man? He has been so powerful in Malawi that his heavy bank...
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    Tanzanian foreign minister urges world to stamp out FDLR, Genocide ideology

    During a commemoration event of the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi hosted by the Rwandan High Commission in Tanzania on Friday, Tanzania’s minister of foreign affairs reportedly stressed that unless the Genocide ideology championed by the remnants of the perpetrators of the mass...
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    Another "PROMO"

    Foreigners writing exams as part of process for acquiring Rwandan citizenship About 40 foreigners including US nationals have applied for Rwandan citizenship, News of Rwanda reports. According to the Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration, the applicants on Monday gathered at a hall...
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    Cause of humanity drives Rwanda peacekeeping interventions

    By: THOMAS KAGERA PUBLISHED: May 29, 2016 “When lives are at stake, nothing matters than saving them. Protection of civilians must be the central purpose of peacekeeping.” — President Paul Kagame. The scorching sun of the desert could pound their young innocent bodies with strong persistent...
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    Divide and rule?

    The most charitable interpretation one can put on Benjamin Mkapa’s Burundi peace talks is that they are a desperate grope in the dark for a resolution to the year-long crisis. The danger of such desperation though, is that it might do no more than further weaken President Pierre Nkurunziza’s...
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    Meet The Most Hated Woman in FDLR

    May 27, 2016 at 9:54 pm By Sylidio Sebuharara Esperance Uwineza and her one year old baby on arrival in Rwanda Esperance Uwineza has been thinking of reuniting with her husband after he escaped from the FDLR command base at Mweso, Masisi in DRCongo. The absence of her husband from his base...
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    Tanzanian enterprises inject $80m into Rwandan economy

    The Mikoani Traders Ltd country manager for Rwanda, Mr Jerome Mpagaze, speaks to some of the participants in the Tanzania-Rwanda Trade Forum who toured Azania’s wheat mill in Kigali. PHOTO|SAMUEL KAMNDAYA In Summary In 2006, a team of government officials from Rwanda held discussions with...
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    Rwanda is a winner and everyone wants a piece of it

    By: LONZEN RUGIRA PUBLISHED: May 16, 2016 LONZEN RUGIRA One of my favourite #RWoT sent a tweet that read, “Who is not in Kigali? Kigali is becoming a global city.” To paraphrase, @awozdeya is saying that anyone who is somebody was in Kigali last week for the World Economic Forum (WEF) on...
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    South African deputy president pays tribute to Genocide victims

    By: JULIUS BIZIMUNGU PUBLISHED: May 16, 2016 South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa reads profiles of children victims at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Gisozi yesterday. (Timothy Kisambira) The South African Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, yesterday paid tribute to the 1994...
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    US Approves UN Use of Force to Protect Civilians in Conflict

    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSMAY 11, 2016, 7:16 P.M. E.D.T. Continue reading the main storyShare This Page genocide and Srebrenica before the 1995 massacre. Simon Adams, executive director of the Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect, said 10 of the 16 U.N. peacekeeping missions...
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    Kigali Principles is becoming the Future of Civilian Protection in Peace Operations

    Peacekeepers are increasingly called upon to uphold the international community's Responsibility to Protect civilians from mass atrocity crimes, namely genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. Ten out of sixteen current United Nations Security Council-authorized...
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    Kagame Says UN Reports Worsening Regional Problems

    May 13, 2016 at 5:46 pm By Dan Ngabonziza President Paul Kagame says the United Nations ‘Group of Experts’ is worsening problems of African countries’ instead of addressing them. Yesterday, a latest UN Group of Experts report leaked to the media, accusing Rwanda of aiding Burundian rebels...
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    Legacy of Colonialism, Killing Infects Future of Burundi

    Daily life in this small nation in the highlands of central Africa is infected with memory. On main highways there are scores of roadblocks where soldiers of the ruling Tutsi tribe check the zonal residence papers of Hutu farmers. In 1972, the previous Tutsi-controlled government systematically...
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    DRC arrests FDLR Chief Of Staff, refuses to extradite him

    MONUSCO officials take details of a supposed FDLR combatant. The militia group hands over severely sick, old or injured combatants Congolese national intelligence agency ANR has arrested Brig. Gen. Mujyambere Leopord – chief of staff of FOCA, the armed wing of the Rwandan FDLR militia group...
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    On the Run in Burundi

    NEWS DESK APRIL 27, 2016 On the Run in Burundi BY JAMES VERINI Following Pierre Nkurunziza’s election to his third term as the President of Burundi, last year, gun battles broke out nightly, and mass arrests and disappearances became routine.CREDITPHOTOGRAPH BY GORAN TOMASEVIC / REUTERS...
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    Foreign Minister Says Rwanda's Future Is Bright

    Louise Mushikiwabo tells GW audience that lifting border restrictions and collaborating with other countries are keys to Rwanda's economic growth. Rwandan Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo talks about her country's economic growth at ESIA. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today) April 27, 2016 By Tamara...
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    Returning From Rwanda

    Martyn Day Become a fan SNP Member of Parliament for Linlithgow and East Falkirk. Posted: 25/04/2016 12:08 BST Updated: 25/04/2016 12:08 BST No one in Rwanda spoke of the genocide of 1994. That was the first thing I noticed. President Paul Kagame has been the head of state since the genocide...
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    'Don't let us be killed like flies' says activist Marguerite Barankitse

    Burundian activist Marguerite Barankitse has called for President Pierre Nkurunziza to be tried by the ICC. A leading humanitarian activist from Burundi has appealed for the international community to take stronger action against the president, who she accused of orchestrating a wave of...
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    Burundian time-bomb

    WHEN a Hutu politician says it is time to “pulverise and exterminate” rebels who are “good only for dying”, outsiders should sit up. When he talks of spraying “cockroaches” or urges people to “start work”, it is hard to miss the old codewords for massacring Tutsis. When the politician is not...