Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
People exhuming remains of victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi dicovered in Ngoma Sector in Huye. The Genocide victims’ bodies will get a decent burial on April 30 in Ngoma Genocide memorial. File
Over 2,000 Genocide victims' bodies discovered in Huye to get decent burial
A volunteer comforts a victim during a past commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in Nyamagabe District. The 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi caused severe psychological and emotional wounds, leading to depression, anxiety, and social phobia, among survivors. File photo
Kwibuka: Coping with mental effects as a Genocide survivor
Rwandan exhibitors showcasing flowers from Rwanda at the Commonwealth Fair 2023 in November 2023. Unlimited quantities of flowers from East Africa can now be exported to the UK at zero per cent tariff. File
Rwanda to export flowers to UK at zero tariff
Alcohol and tobacco and their associated risk factors have profound consequences on individuals and Rwandan society at large. File
30% of Rwandans exposed to tobacco smoke at home — study
The book, “Le Génocide perpétré contre les Tutsi du Rwanda expliqué à ses Enfants”, was launched by Rwanda Basic Education Board (REB), Aegis Trust, and its author Jean-Marie Vianney Rurangwa on April 11.
Govt to distribute new book on Genocide history for children, youth
Jean-Nepo Sibomana, a Genocide survivor, gives his testimony during the commemoration event at Kigali Genocide Memorial on April 7, 2022. Photo: Courtesy
Genocide survivor on fostering unity, steering path to community progress
The Dubai Ports World Rwanda will extend its operational hours to 24 throughout the week. Photo by Craish Bahizi
DP World customs office to operate 24/7
Ju-young Lee, the Special Envoy of the Republic of Korea who participated in the 30th commemoration, during an interview on Monday, April 8. Emmanuel Dushimamana
Republic of Korea's envoy commends Rwanda’s reconciliation journey, deliberates on Korea-Africa summit
Amb Mathilde Mukantabana called on all Rwandans and friends of Rwanda in the US to actively participate in these events planned within the 100 days of commemoration.
Major universities in US to host Genocide commemoration events
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UNESCO introduces special lighting at four genocide memorials on World Heritage List
Some pictures of Tutsis who were killed at Murambi. PHOTOS BY CRAISH BAHIZI
PHOTOS: Inside Murambi Genocide Memorial, a new UNESCO world heritage site
African swine fever has killed about 82 pigs in Rusizi District, officials reported. File
Rusizi: African swine fever kills 100 pigs
Kwibuka: The ongoing struggle to locate Genocide victims’ bodies
The handover was made by UNESCO Director-General, Audrey Azoulay at Kigali Genocide Memorial in the City of Kigali
Kwibuka30: UNESCO certifies four Genocide memorials added to World Heritage List
Officials touring Rwamagana Banana Community Processing Centre, RFDA says it needs enough inspectors in agroprocessing factories.
Govt moves to fix inspection gaps in 1,000 food processing factories
Officials and participants pose for a group photo at the meeting in Kigali. Photo: Emmanuel Dushimimana.
EPD, academic institutions in joint bid to bridge gap between academia, energy industry
The Food Waste Index Report 2024 by the UN Environment Programme has indicated that, on average, each person wastes 79 kilogrammes of food annually. Internet
Each person wastes 79 kilogrammes of food annually – UN report
President Paul Kagame  chairs a cabinet meeting  that approved several appointments at Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority (RFDA) at Urugwiro Village on April 3. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Cabinet appoints new officials at food and drugs body

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