James Karuhanga
James Karuhanga
Officials during the official opening session of the second EAC World Kiswahili Language Day celebrations in Kampala, Uganda, on July 6, 2023.
Why Africans need to learn Kiswahili, cherish it
French soldiers inspect a training session of Interahamwe in 1994. Courtesy
The forces that RPA defeated to liberate Rwanda
Nearly 11,500 migrants have crossed the English Channel, down around eight per cent on last year CREDIT: HENRY NICHOLLS/AFP
People smugglers exploit UK court ruling to lure in prospective migrants – reports
Some combatants of the genocidal FDLR militia, who were captured by M23 rebels, fighting alongside the DR Congo armed forces in the east of the country in December 2022. Courtesy
UN Group of Experts obscure realities of eastern DR Congo conflict – Rwanda govt
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga during his trial  at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague. Courtesy
Dissenting judge: Kabuga failed to demonstrate unfitness to stand trial
Rwanda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Amb Claver Gatete delivers remarks during a UN Security Council Open Debate on the Rule of Law in New York, on January 12.  On June 12, Gatete said Rwanda pleads with all UN member states to consider the gravity of the crimes committed during the 1994 genocide, the prolonged suffering of the survivors, and the potential instability that the ongoing impunity poses. Courtesy
Fight against impunity not Rwanda’s task alone – Amb Gatete
Fulgence Kayishema appears in the Cape Town Magistrates Court, in Cape Town, South Africa,  on May 26, 2023. REUTERS/Nic Bothma
Genocide suspect Kayishema now faces 54 charges in South Africa
Somalia's Presidential Special Envoy to the EAC, Abdusalam Omer. Courtesy
EAC Secretariat given greenlight to commence negotiations with Somalia
Burundi President, Évariste Ndayishimiye, who is also EAC Chairperson, chaired the 21st Extraordinary EAC Heads of State Summit, on Wednesday, May 31, 2023, in Bujumbura. Courtesy
DR Congo crisis: EAC leaders emphasize regional force’s achievements, buy more time
Lady Justice Anita Mugeni from Rwanda was, on Wednesday, May 31, designated as Vice President
of the East African Court of Justice with effect from June 20. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda’s Justice Anita Mugeni designated as EACJ Vice President
The entire complex will have the same look and feel as BK Arena in terms of façade design where Imigongo, traditional art patterns, are used. Courtesy photos
PHOTOS: How Rwanda’s new ultra-modern stadium will look upon completion
A gigantic mobile crane lifting and placing prefabricated concrete slabs inside the stadium. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana and Willy Mucyo
VIDEO & PHOTOS: Inside the construction of Rwanda’s ultra-modern stadium
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New EACRF Force Commander assumes office in DR Congo
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The terminal, administration building, cargo, and car parking areas of the new airport once it is complete. Aviation Travel and Logistics (ATL).
PHOTOS: Construction of Rwanda’s new airport in Bugesera
Ding Liren became the first ever Chinese  world chess champion after defeating Russian chess grandmaster Ian Nepomniachtchi in rapid tiebreaks on Sunday, April 30.
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Chinese chess grandmaster Ding Liren crowned new World Chess Champion
Alanna Berikkyzy, winner of the FIDE World School Chess Championship in the Girls under nine category, made the ceremonial first move for Ding Liren on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
World Chess Championship: Game 14 ends in draw, tiebreaks to follow
The ceremonial first move of game 13, on Thursday, April 27, 2023, was made by Zhenis Kassymbek, Akım (Mayor) of Astana.
World Chess Championship: Game 13 is drawn, everything hangs on final

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