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Edwin Musoni
 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
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga at the Hague-based UN court. The hearing is set to resume next week on Tuesday, October 11 with the defense continuing to cross examine the witness. / File
Kabuga Trial: Witness reveals how RTLM fuelled Genocide in former Cyangugu
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Kabuga was fully in charge of RTLM editorial line– witness
Minister of ICT and Innovation Paula Ingabire during the election on October 3. Rwanda was re-elected for the fourth time, as Council member of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Rwanda re-elected member of ITU Council
Félicien Kabuga, one of the key masterminds of the Genocide, was arrested on May 16, 2020 in Asnières-sur-Seine, France. Photo: Courtesy.
UN, US renew call to arrest Genocide fugitives
Moussa Faki, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, in a cheerful mood during the launch of AfCFTA in Kigali  on March 21, 2018. Rwanda exported its first consignment of goods under the aggreement.File
Rwanda begins trade under AfCFTA
Rwanda’s Ambassador to the UN, Clever Gatete addresses the United Nations Security Council session on the situation concerning the Democratic Republic of the Congo on September 30. Courtesy
Rwanda reaffirms commitment to ‘Luanda roadmap’
Nyarugenge Intermediate Court has handed former State Minister in charge of Culture Edouard Bamporiki a four-year jail sentence and a fine of Rwf60 million, on Friday, September 30. / File
Bamporiki sentenced to four-year imprisonment
A view of a maize plantation in Eastern Province. / Sam Ngendahimana
EAC smallholder farmers call for better management of seeds

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