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 Edwin Musoni
Edwin Musoni
The New Times
Rwanda
HEROES DAY: A king’s legacy that will forever live on
A monument that depicts Rwanda's unknown soldier during the Liberation struggle. / Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
To live, love, die for a cause – eulogy for Rwanda’s Unknown Soldier
The celebrated Rwandan heroine, Félicité Niyitegeka, a member of Auxiliaries of the Apostolate, better known as ‘Abakobwa ba Musenyeri’ in the Roman Catholic Church.
Rwanda
HEROES DAY: Celebrating Félicité Niyitegeka’s life as a selfless martyr
Ambassador Clever Gatete, Rwanda’s permanent representative to the United Nations speaks at an open debate of the Security Council on Thursday, January 26, 2023. Courtesy
Security
DR Congo situation remains a threat to regional peace – Amb Gatete
Pictures and footage of Kinyarwanda-speaking Congolese being brutalised and killed have circulated on social media platforms in recent months. M23 rebels have on several occasions warned of a looming Genocide in DR Congo. Internet
DR Congo: UN envoy draws attention to 'alarming reports' of ethnic violence
Paul Rusesabagina, portrayed as a hero in a Hollywood movie about Rwanda's 1994 genocide, is seen at the court before answering to charges that include terrorism and incitement to murder in Kigali, Rwanda September 25, 2020. Sam Ngendahimana
Law
US judge dismisses Rusesabagina’s kidnap, torture claims
A Sukhoi-25 fighter jet from DR Congo has violated Rwanda’s airspace  for  the third time. Courtesy
Security
DR Congo fighter jet violates Rwanda airspace for third time, shot at
Journalist John Williams Ntwali died in a road accident on Wednesday. Courtesy
Rwanda
Local journalist dies in car accident
Congolese citizens protest against East African Community Regional Force deployed in Easter DR Congo, in Goma on Wednesday, January 18. Internet
Security
Protests against EAC regional force proves DR Congo opposed to peace – analysts
Thousands of Congolese refugees at Kigeme Refugee Camp in Nyamagabe district protest against the genocidal violence committed against Congolese Tutsi in eastern DR Congo. The protest took place on  December 12, 2022. Photos by Willy Mucyo
Security
Will Luanda agreement hold this time? Concern about renewed fighting, influx of refugees from DR Congo
President Paul Kagame addresses delegates during the swearing-in of Senator François-Xavier Kalinda, on Monday, January 9. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Security
We are going to make sure DR Congo is not Rwanda’s problem – Kagame
François-Xavier Kalinda.
Politics
François-Xavier Kalinda elected Senate president
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. Courtesy
Security
EU condemns FARDC collusion with FDLR, hate speech
Rwanda’s ambassador to the United Nations, Claver Gatete addresses a special session of the UN Security Council  on the situation in Eastern DR Congo on Friday, December 9 .Courtesy
Security
Rwandan envoy puts UN on spot over DR Congo alliance with FDLR
Rwanda’s Minister of foreign affairs Vincent Biruta says external interference and dictates in regional and continental efforts that serve to shield DR Congo from accountability and emboldens them to be unresponsive to commitments made through ongoing processes. Photo: Olivier Mugwiza
Security
Misguided approach to solving Congolese problems only worsens the situation - Biruta
Regional leaders at the mini-summit on the security situation in eastern DR Congo in the Angolan capital of Luanda last week.
Security
No sign of FDLR disarming as Luanda deadline lapses
Regional leaders at the mini-summit on the security situation in eastern DR Congo in the Angolan capital of Luanda on Wednesday. Courtesy
Security
M23 agrees on ceasefire, wants meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta
(L-R) DR Congo’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Christophe Lutundula and M23 rebel group political spokesperson, Lawrence Kanyuka.
Africa
M23 rebels insist on ‘direct talks’ with Kinshasa

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