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 Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
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International
London Bridge is down: What next after passing of Queen Elizabeth II?
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International
The world mourns Queen Elizabeth II- Tributes
The United Kingdom Prime Minister, Liz Truss. Photo internet
International
UK’s new prime minister pledges ‘loyalty and devotion’ to King Charles
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International
Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96
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International
Queen of England’s health concerning – royal statement
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Africa
Commonwealth, AU congratulate Kenya's William Ruto
Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary-General of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie named Urahirwa’s son Turikumwe, which means ‘we are together. All Photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Tourism
Kwita Izina: Baby gorillas\' names and the stories behind them
Canadian Member of Parliament Arielle Kayabaga  during interview in Kigali on September 1, 2022. / Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Rwanda
Canadian MP Arielle Kayabaga on her tour of Rwanda
A view of the ongoing preparations of the site in Kinigi, Musanze District where Kwita Izina event
will take place on September 2. Photo: Courtesy.
Tourism
Kwita Izina: How gorilla naming reflects centuries’ old tradition
Photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Tourism
Taken to sleep by frogs, woken up by birds – an experience by the lake
President Kagame addresses thousands of citizens who came to interact with him in Ruhango District on his first stop. / All photos by Olivier Mugwiza
Kagame’s Southern, Western provinces tour in pictures
Photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Featured
UMVA Muhazi, an eco-friendly lodge launched in Rwamagana
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Cycling
New app seeks to prep riders for 2025 world cycling champs
Robert Masozera, the Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage Academy. Photo: File.
Rwanda
New project to boost youth engagement in heritage preservation and valorisation
Masafi Munguyiko with her children at home in Bugesera District. / Photo: Courtesy
Health
Mom, it will be okay – seven-year-old to mother battling breast cancer
Catholic faithfuls follow a sermon during Mass on Assumption Day in Kibeho, Nyaruguru District on Monday, August 15. / Photo: Willy Mucyo
Rwanda
Assumption Day: When the Blessed Virgin Mary saw us out in Kibeho
Mourners observe a moment of silence in honour of Banyamulenge who were killed during Gatumba massacre. All Photos by Craish Bahizi
Banyamulenge make fresh call for justice over Gatumba massacre
Visitors who come to see  Icubya a beautiful, big, evergreen tree that is  believed to be more than 300 years old. Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
‘Icubya,’ Rwanda’s forgotten 300-year-old shrine tree

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