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 James Karuhanga
James Karuhanga
After dislodging the Islamic State-linked terrorists from major towns and villages in Cabo Delgado Province, in northern Mozambique, Rwandan and Mozambican troops have moved south in the neighbouring province of Nampula, where they are pursing the terrorists.
Africa
Rwanda, Mozambique armies pursue terrorists in Mozambique’s Nampula Province
Speaking during the 30th Commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in London, on April 25, Rwanda's envoy to the UK, Johnston Busingye, said the Genocide against the Tutsi didn’t start with the machetes of April 1994. It started decades earlier with state directed ethnic populism, classification, discrimination, dehumanization, over time, all done with unimaginable impunity, he said.
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No Genocide happens without a plan, preparation, state involvement – Rwandan envoy
Some of the hundreds of eastern European mercenaries who deployed to DR Congo in 2022 to train the country's armed forces in the fight against the M23 rebels. Reports say that up to 2,000 mercenaries from eastern Europe are in the region to help the Congolese army coalition in fighting the M23 rebels.
Africa
Secret financial audit exposes high-level corruption fueling eastern DR Congo conflict
Monique Nsanzabaganwa, the Deputy Chairperson for the African Union Commission, addressing the 56th Session of the Conference of Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development opening held in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, on March 4.COURTESY
Africa
COM2024: Africa is stronger together, says African Union Commission Deputy Chairperson
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Africa
Ngirente represents Kagame at state funeral of Geingob in Namibia
President Paul Kagame held talks with the Chairperson of the East African Community (EAC), President Salva Kiir of South Sudan, and his delegation, at Village Urugwiro  on Thursday, February 22. Courtesy of Village Urugwiro
Security
Kagame, EAC Chairperson Kiir discuss importance of addressing root causes of insecurity in region
Located in the Centre of Education and Regional Promotion in the north Poland town of Szymbark, the Upside-Down House completed in 2007 is a popular tourist attraction.
International
Fun facts about Poland: A fascinating country hosting about 1,500 Rwandan students
President Paul Kagame meets with Polish President Andrzej Duda at Village Urugwiro on Wednesday, February 7. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
Rwanda-Poland relations: A timeline
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International
All passengers, crew escape after Airbus A350 collision at Tokyo airport
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Security
RDF Chief of Defence Staff Muganga promoted to four-star General
Somalia’s President Sheikh Hassan Mohamud (left), the Chairperson of the EAC Summit, President Salva Kiir of South Sudan (centre), Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, and EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki, look at the new map of the regional bloc after Somalia inched closer to joining the seven-member Community by signing the Treaty of Accession with the EAC at State House, Entebbe, Uganda on Friday, December 15.
Africa
Somalia signs Treaty of Accession with EAC
Amb. Valentine Rugwabiza, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in the Central African Republic (CAR) and Head of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in CAR (MINUSCA), during an exclusive interview with The New Times in her office in Bangui on November 25. Photo: Olivier Mugwiza.
Africa
VIDEO: MINUSCA boss Rugwabiza on need to build CAR’s internal capacity
Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadéra talking to the media on Friday, November 24, at a military camp just outside the CAR capital, Bangui,  where 512 Central African Armed Forces (FACA) soldiers trained by the Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) graduated. All photos by Olivier Mugwiza.
Africa
PHOTOS: Rwanda-CAR cooperation fruitful, says President Touadéra
PHOTOS BY OLIVIER MUGWIZA
Africa
PHOTOS: Over 500 CAR soldiers trained by RDF to pass-out
A Rwandan soldier serving under MINUSCA on patrol in CAR capital, Bangui, on, November 23. Rwandan peacekeepers are in charge of securing the capital, among other responsibilities. PHOTO BY OLIVIER MUGWIZA
Africa
Rwandan troops are dependable, brave - UN Force Commander in CAR
Congolese refugees at Kigeme Refugee Camp in Nyamagabe district protest against the genocidal violence committed against Congolese Tutsi in eastern DR Congo, on December 12.2022. Willy Mucyo
Africa
How DR Congo chose to externalize its internal problems, scapegoat Rwanda
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Vincent Biruta speaks at the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) meeting in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Courtesy
Africa
Biruta refutes DR Congo’s "baseless accusations" at Francophonie summit
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Africa
Morocco earthquake: Death toll surpasses 2,000, expected to rise further

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