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EALA members of parliament during a session in Arusha .Regional MPs are backing Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta after he reaffirmed the East African Communityu2019s determination to ensure peace and stability returns to the east of the DR Congo.Courtesy
MPs back Kenyatta on curtailing insecurity in eastern DR Congo
EALA Speaker Martin Ngoga addresses the meeting on Wednesday, June 15. During his remarks Ngoga said that  womenu2019s rights are human rights and womenu2019s leadership unleashes their potential and talents. / Courtesy
Push for more women political participation gains momentum
EALA members of parliament during a session in Arusha on June 14.Courtesy
Insecurity in DRC: Regional MPs root for urgent solution
The EAC Secretary-General, Peter Mathuki  at his offices in Arusha, Tanzania Courtesy.
Hosting CHOGM a privilege for region, says EAC boss
The East African Legislative Assembly Speaker Martin Ngoga chairs a session on June 9.
Why EAC needs enhanced gender equality in food nutrition security
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DR Congo releases Rwanda’s kidnapped soldiers– RDF
The East African Legislative Assembly Speaker Martin Ngoga chairing a session to debate on a report by the standing Committee on Communication, Trade and Investment on an on-spot assessment of the status of implementation of the EAC One-Stop Border Post (OSBP) project and the Rusumo hydro electricity project in Arusha on Wednesday, June 8.
EALA to put Ministers, Secretariat to task on House recommendations
Wamkele Mene, Secretary-General of the AfCFTA Secretariat speaks on the occasion of the second coordination meeting of the CEOs of RECs, on the implementation of the AfCFTA  in Arusha on Tuesday, June 7.
AfCFTA: Why regional support is crucial for effective implementation
Betty Maina, the Chairperson of the Council of Ministers, speaks about the issue during a session in Arusha on June 7.
Increase in illicit arms threatens regional development – lawmakers
A view of Rusumo One Stop Border Post in Kirehe District.EALA members of parliament   decried the numerous challenges traders face at the Rusumo border crossing between Rwanda and Tanzania on Tuesday, June 7 . Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Regional parliament wants Rusumo border trade bottlenecks addressed
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EAC Secretary General rues Covid-19, Ukraine conflict challenges
The Chairperson of the EAC Council of Ministers, Betty Maina, presents the EAC budget for the financial year 2022/2023 during the 4th Meeting of the 5th Session of the 4th Assembly at the Chamber of the East African Legislative Assembly in Arusha, Tanzania on June 2,2022. / Courtesy
Declining EAC budget bothers regional Parliament
Brig. Gen. El Hadji Babacar Faye after giving gave a lecture to students of political science and international law at l'Institut Supu00e9rieur de Management (ISM), in Senegalu2019s capital, Dakar.
Genocide: Senegalese General narrates his experience in Rwanda in 1994
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Officials warn against hate speech amidst Rwanda-DR Congo tensions
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DR Congo agrees to release Rwanda’s kidnapped soldiers
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International cooperation  Dr Vincent Biruta addresses the media in Kigali on May 31. Speaking about the relations between DR Congo and Rwanda, Minister Biruta said that even though Rwanda cannot idly stand in case provocations by the DR Congo continue, it remains committed to the path of dialogue for peace between two countries. Photo Courtesy
Rwanda committed to peaceful resolution of Congo conflict - Biruta
Brig Gen El Hadji Babacar Faye, a retired Senegalese General who served in Rwanda during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Photo: Courtesy.
Captain Mbaye was a daring, humane officer – ex-colleague
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AU chair speaks to Kagame, Tshisekedi over DRC conflict

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