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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
Some of the 89 DR Congo citizens on their arrival in Bugeshi Sector in Rubavu on Sunday, November 13. They are fleeing from fights between the government forces FARDC and M23 rebels group. Photo by Igihe
Rwanda
Rubavu residents 'not worried by DR Congo tensions'
Member of Parliament Gamariel Mbonimana has confirmed  that he has tendered in his resignation letter to the Speakers office on Monday, November 14. Courtesy
Politics
MP Mbonimana resigns after 'drunk driving incidents'
Kenyan Foreign and Diaspora Affairs Minister, Alfred Mutua, during the interview in Kigali on November 11. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Rwanda
Kenyan foreign minister Mutua on trade relations, Rwanda-DR Congo crisis
Civilians  in mass displacement after heavy bombing on Tuesday ,November 8. FARDC is accused of bombing civilian territories causing mass displacements in the country’s restive eastern region.Courtesy
DR Congo military accused of bombing civilians
(L-R) Christophe Lutundula of DR Congo, Téte António of Angola, and Vincent Biruta of Rwanda during a meeting in Luanda (Courtesy photo)
DR Congo: Foreign Ministers agree on accelerating Luanda roadmap
Rwanda's envoy to DR Congo, Vincent Karega. Courtesy
Rwanda
Rwanda says "regrets" expulsion of its DR Congo envoy
Minister of State Prof. Nshuti Mannaseh addresses members of the diplomatic corps based in Kigali, on Wednesday, October 26. Courtesy
Security
Rwanda closely monitoring DR Congo situation – Minister Nshuti
Rwanda’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Robert Kayinamura, called out the UNSC to address the DR Congo issues from the roots rather than focusing on the consequences.Courtesy
Crime
Hate speech is a seed of unending conflict – Rwandan envoy
A commuter pays fare using Tap and Go payment service on a bus in Kigali. This is one of the digital
payment systems used in Rwanda. There are 29 instant payment systems in Africa of which 26 are
domestic. Photo: File.
Technology
350 million Africans yet to access digital payment systems – report
President Paul Kagame delivers remarks at the  opening of  the Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA) Mobile World Congress (MWC) on Tuesday, October 25, in Kigali. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Technology
Digital technologies are a catalyst to Africa’s economic growth – Kagame
RPF Inkotanyi delegates attending the Party's Bureau Politique Meeting. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Politics
RPF-Inkotanyi to set up leadership academy
Members of the FDLR terror group in Masisi (courtesy photo)
Security
Rwanda rebuts DR Congo’s renewed rebel claims
Rishi Sunak leaving the campaign office in London on Monday. / Credit: Aberto Pezzali/Associated Press
International
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International
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President Paul Kagame, the RPF Inkotanyi Chairman,  addresses over 2,000 RPF members at  the RPF Bureau Politique Meeting at Intare Conference Arena on October 21. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Rwanda
Kagame tips RPF cadres on leadership qualities
 President Paul Kagame, the RPF Inkotanyi Chairman,  addresses over 2,000 RPF members at  the RPF Bureau Politique Meeting at Intare Conference Arena on October 21. Courtesy
Rwanda
Kagame to RPF cadres: Unconventional methods got Rwanda far, uphold them

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