Netanyahu: Allies could have saved 4 million Jews if they’d bombed death camps in 1942

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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday launched a blistering assault on Allied policy during World War II, saying world powers’ failure to bomb the Nazi concentration camps from 1942 cost the lives of four million Jews and millions of others.

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Bralirwa annual revenue grows by 5.6% despite decline in sale volumes

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beverages firm, Bralirwa, anticipates further growth for its top line this year, but cost pressures and constrained consumer spending power will continue to challenge the bottom line, the firm said as it announced its 2016 financial statement Thursday.

Mauritius trade deficit widens by 15.6% in February

PORT LOUIS – Mauritius’ trade deficit widened 15.6 per cent to 5.64 billion rupees ($160.68 million) in February from the same period a year earlier due to a fall in exports of manufactured goods, the statistics office said yesterday.

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Balaba elected president of Rwanda Cricket Association

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Balaba was elected unopposed during a general assembly held on Sunday at Sports View hotel in Kicukiro. The new committee will serve a four-year term in office until the next elections.

Patriots beat IPRC-Kigali to remain top in hoops league

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Basketball league reigning champions Patriots got the better of IPRC-Kigali with an 84-67 win on Friday night at Amahoro Indoor Stadium to further injected more life into their title bid.

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Video: Mazimpaka on the spiritual, psychological benefits of Yoga

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“Let me start with how I started to practice yoga, I was a student at the National University of Rwanda in second year (Social Work) and we were studying relaxation techniques when the lecturer, an American woman mentioned yoga among the relaxation techniques.

Rwirangira talks about his musical journey and returning home

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You have been ‘quite’ lately on the music scene. What have you been cooking for your fans?

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Egalitarianism over chivalry

Once upon a time in every land far away, there is always a princess who is only described with one adjective; beautiful. The princess grows up with no other role apart from becoming a damsel in distress.

How to hide stolen money

Let me start by clearly stating that I don’t condone theft of any kind and in fact, I haven’t stolen anyone’s money.

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Why Umutoni and Mukahigiro quit their jobs for fashion

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Getting a job is not a walk in the park. In fact, some people graduate with top grades but take years to find employment. But this fear has not held back those with jobs from venturing out into the murky waters of self employment.

Meet Buhura, the kindergarten teacher advocating for eloquence in Kinyarwanda

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Shamira Buhura is a teacher and has been the school principal at Green Hills Nursery School for seven years. The wife and mother of four is also an advocate for Kinyarwanda, and uses various platforms to encourage young people, especially children, to speak their native language. Women Today’s Sharon Kantengwa...

We have to fix the basics if we are to thrive as a region

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When things seem to have collapsed almost beyond redemption, one of the best remedies is to get back to the basics. Those from the sports world know this quite well. Poor performance in a tournament will most likely result in the coach insisting that the players get back to the...

Give Kigali an Integrated Infrastructural Planning body

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A person that is going nowhere cannot be worried of getting lost. Only someone headed somewhere would be worried of losing their way and that is precisely why travelers need maps to plan their journeys; clearly, Kigali is a city on the move and unafraid to learn from mistakes.

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Editorial cartoon

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Governments around the world have been urged to ensure that those who need help the most get it and guarantee equity and affordability in regulatory frameworks to make higher education equitable and affordable for all. The call is contained in a new UNESCO report, dubbed ‘Global Education Monitoring Report’, released this week.

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Job Announcement

The IGC is seeking to hire two Country Economists for its office in Rwanda: 1) Country Economist, 2) Country Economist for Public Financial Management.

GAIN’s Innovation Acceleration model in food processing value chain to fight malnutrition in Rwanda

Malnutrition among children and adults is a global issue affecting the quality of life for vast populations across the world. It is however particularly acute in developing countries due to higher levels of poverty coupled with illiteracy.

RWANDA NATIONAL POLICE: 2016 REVIEW

Police (RNP) continued its vibrant pace to further ensure safety of people living in Rwanda and their property and to make it a safer place that facilitates development and investment in the transformation process.

YARA Rwanda takes high quality fertilizer distribution services closer to farmers

YARA Rwanda on Tuesday 20th/12/2016, in Huye district, launched its first massive upcountry fertilizer distribution program in a bid to bring services closer to farmers in Gisagara, Huye, Nyamagabe, Nyaruguru, Rusizi and Nyanza districts.

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What students should look out for when choosing a university

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Having left high school last year, former Senior Six (S6) students are now preparing to join college this September.

Why schools should embrace Kinyarwanda as the language of instruction

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Stanley Baldwin, the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister in 1924, while addressing the congress that same year, emphasised that the preservation of the individuality of the mother tongue is essential to every type of race and if the differences are smoothed out then the great gift is lost out. “Uniformity of...

When delayed conception is called infertility

Angelique Mukashemana, 26, a resident of Remera, Kigali, recently underwent treatment at La Croix Du Sud Hospital where her tubes were opened to enable her conceive. Mukashemana had been married for two years without a baby.

Blood clots: Early detection can prevent incidence of death

A blood clot can form inside a blood vessel and block the vessel and this keeps blood from getting where it needs to go. When that happens to one of the veins deep within the leg, blood can back up and cause swelling and pain.