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DR Congo talks open in KampalaSenior officials from member states of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) arrived in Kampala yesterday ahead of the Heads of State... Read More
Sudan envoy urges Africa to uniteThe Sudanese chargé d’affaires in Kigali, Idrees Muhammed Ali, has called on African countries to work together to be able to defeat “the double standards... Read More
Rwanda is listed among the first six African nations set to benefit from global wireless broadband infrastructure base station, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).... Full Story
Residents in the Northern Province are still reluctant to pay this year’s contribution for the community medical insurance cover commonly known as mutuelle de santé.... Read More »
The Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) market went up slightly on Friday compared to Thursday’s trading session. The market bounced back from Thursday’s slow trading where registered a turnover of Rwf2, 497,800 from 15,300 BK shares and 1,400 Bralirwa shares traded in three deals.... Read More »
Usain Bolt sensationally defended his coveted title as the fastest man on the planet last night as he sprinted to glory in an Olympic record time of 9.63 seconds.... Read More »
Television cameras and a host of news agencies and “experts” have been scrambling on the neigbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to figure out the ongoing conflict that has turned out to be yet another humanitarian disaster with thousands of internally displaced Congolese in North Kivu where the M23 rebels are tussling it out with the Congolese armed forces and the United Nations peace keeping force (MONUC).... Read More »
It is almost one year since Sudan established a full diplomatic office in Kigali. The New Times’ Felly Kimenyi interviewed the embassy’s Charger d’Affaires, Idrees Muhammed Ali, who spoke about a variety of issues including bilateral relations, the ICC, Nile Basin, the Darfur conflict, among others. Below are the excerpts.
TNT: Tell us about the current state of the diplomatic relations between Rwanda and Sudan?
ALI: The two friendly countries and people are now enjoying excellent diplomatic relations. Sudan opened its embassy in Rwanda in September 2011 which was the beginning of establishment of solid diplomatic representation at the level of the ambassador.... Read More »