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 Moise M. Bahati
Moise M. Bahati
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Vincent Biruta addresses participants during the National Security Symposium on Friday, May 24. Courtesy
Security
To end conflicts in Africa, root causes must be addressed, says Biruta
Malawi's Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo and Douglas Gakumba, Chargé d'Affaires of Rwanda's embassy in Malawi light a flame of hope in honour of victims of the Genocide
Kwibuka
Rwandan envoy to Malawi stresses need to combat Genocide denial
The Secretary General of Rwanda’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), Maj Gen Joseph Nzabamwita delivers his remarks during the National Security Symposium in Kigali on May 22. Courtesy
Security
Gen Nzabamwita makes case for visa-free African migration
President Kagame chairing a past cabinet meeting at Village Urugwiro in Kacyiru. The cabinet among others approved new foreign envoys to Rwanda. File
Rwanda
Ghana gets first envoy resident in Kigali as Kaboneka joins human rights commission
President Paul Kagame virtually addresses delegates during the 2024 Global Security Forum taking place in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday, May 21. Courtesy
Security
Unity is foundation for Rwanda’s development, Kagame tells Global Security Forum
President Paul Kagame poses for a photo with  a delegation from the Royal College of Defence studies of the UK, in Village Urugwiro on Saturday, May 18. Photo by  Village Urugwiro
Security
Kagame, UK Royal College of Defence delegation discuss Rwanda’s history
The National Electoral Commission Executive Secretary Charles Munyaneza breifs journalists during a press conference on Thursday, May 16. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Elections
Over nine million Rwandans register to vote in July elections
The National Electoral Commission chairperson Oda Gasinzigwa addresses journalists during a press conference on Thursday, May 16. NEC will on Friday, May 17, begin receiving candidacies for the presidency and parliamentary seats for the July elections . Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Politics
Elections: Presidential, parliamentary hopefuls to submit candidacies on Friday
Charles Sikubwabo and Charles Ryandikayo were the remaining fugitives on the list of UN's 93 most-wanted perpetrators of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Sikubwabo and Ryandikayo were confirmed dead on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 by the International Residual Mechanism Criminal Tribunals.
Crime
Last ICTR Genocide fugitives confirmed dead
Newly commissioned officer cadets during a parade at Rwanda Military Academy in Gako on Monday, April 15. The government is planning to establish Rwanda’s first national defence university. Photo: Dan Gatsinzi.
Education
Plan for Rwanda’s first defence university underway, says minister
RDF Spokesperson Brig Gen Ronald Rwivanga addresses delegates during the opening session of the meeting in Kigali, on Tuesday, May 14. The meeting has brought together military and police officers from Rwanda and across Africa, government officials, peace-advocating organisations and cyber-security experts 
. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Security
Experts discuss use of digital technologies to minimise civilian death, injury in conflict situations
Belgian film director Bernard Bellefroid speaks during an interview with The New Times. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana.
Kwibuka
Belgian film director retells killing of three children in Genocide against Tutsi
Khalid Musa, the Chargé d’Affaires at the Sudanese Embassy in Rwanda during the interview with The New Times in Kigali, on April 24, 2024. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Economy
VIDEO: Sudan needs Rwanda as partner for peace, economic development, says envoy
Ambassador Ernest Rwamucyo addresses the UN Security Council on Wednesday, April 24.
Security
Anyone supporting FDLR poses direct threat to Rwanda’s security, says envoy
Gen Romeo Dallaire,the force commander of UNAMIR, a United Nations peacekeeping force for Rwanda in 1994 when the Genocide against the Tutsi  was taking place. Courtesy
Kwibuka
April 25, 1994: UN avoids labelling Tutsi killings as genocide
April 24, 1994 was the 18th day of the Genocide against the Tutsi. Tutsi refugees began arriving in Kabgayi, in Muhanga on April 20,1994. Internet
Kwibuka
April 24, 1994: Tutsi killed in Kabgayi, Ruhango
An excavator exhumes remains of Tutsi victims at a dam in Gatsibo. File
Kwibuka
April 23, 1994: Tutsi thrown into Nyamagana pond, Burundians take part in killings
United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken during a guided tour of Kigali Genocide Memorial during his official visit in Rwanda on August 11, 2022. Courtesy
Kwibuka
Genocide survivors ask Blinken to retract ‘misleading’ statement

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