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Edwin Musoni
Minister of State Prof. Nshuti Mannaseh addresses members of the diplomatic corps based in Kigali, on Wednesday, October 26. Courtesy
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
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.
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
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
RPF-Inkotanyi to set up leadership academy
Members of the FDLR terror group in Masisi (courtesy photo)
Rwanda rebuts DR Congo’s renewed rebel claims
Rishi Sunak leaving the campaign office in London on Monday. / Credit: Aberto Pezzali/Associated Press
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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
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
Kagame to RPF cadres: Unconventional methods got Rwanda far, uphold them
Delegates during the opening of a three-day Pan-African Forum on Migration (PAFOM) in Kigali on Tuesday, October
18. Clementine Mukeka, the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said
that climate change will continue to induce migration and human mobility in Africa thanks to a myriad of challenges.
Photo: Olivier Mugwiza.
Experts seek to turn climate change tide on migration
Chief Justice Faustin Ntezilyayo delivers remarks during the launch of the Judicial year 2022-2022 on Friday, October 14. Courtesy
Judiciary banks on mediation to reduce backlog in courts
Rwanda’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Robert Kayinamura speaks at the 11th Emergency Special Session of the UN General Assembly, as he responded to DR Congo’s Permanent Representative, Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja. Courtesy
Solutions to DR Congo problems cannot be outsourced - Rwandan diplomat at UN
Delegates from different countries with their national flags  at  the Youth Connekt Summit in Kigali on Thursday, on October 13. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Networking and fun as Youth Connekt gets underway
President Paul Kagame addresses  young people attending the Youth Connekt Summit in Kigali on Thursday , October 13. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Africa is not a continent of problems – Kagame
Rwanda National Police's  Chief Supt. Peter Karake hands over 11 million Ugandan shillings to Milindi Kamili, a Rwandan businessman in Uganda that was recovered from a suspected thief, who had crossed into Rwanda on December 3, 2015. The National Police is set to regain powers to conduct criminal investigations. / Courtesy
Why Rwanda police is poised to get investigative powers back
Prosecutor General Aimable Havugiyaremye addresses journalists in Kigali .Sam Ngendahimana
Plea bargaining set to reduce case backlog – Prosecution
Prisoners arrive at the court for a hearing session . Sam Ngendahimana
Six things you need to know about plea bargain

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