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President Paul Kagame delivers remarks during  the swearing in ceremony of new ministers in Kigali on Tuesday, August 2. Kagame revealed  that , following the creation of the new ministry  some state enterprises will immediately be privatised while for others it will be gradual.He emphasised that the government's responsibility is not to engage in profit-oriented business  but rather to facilitate the private sector.  Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kagame backs privatisation of state-owned enterprises
L-R: Eric Rwigamba and Ildephonse Musafiri.
New ministers to be sworn in
Passengers  queue to board  a bus at Nyabu- gogo taxi park.  Commuters say the only way to fix the public transport sector is to avail as many buses as possible. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
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Residents queue for water at a public tap in Masaka Sector in Kicukiro District. Many households still face water shortage across the country.
Utility agency blames water scarcity on rapid urbanization
L-R: Jean-Chrysostome Ngabitsinze and Eric Rwigamba.
Ngabitsinze appointed minister of trade as new ministry is created
Protesters from Goma city during a demonstration at the border between DR Congo and Rwanda  on June 15,2022.  Organisations of survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and internationally-renowned scholars have expressed concern over rapidly growing hate speech targeting Kinyarwanda speakers in  in the DR Congo.
Scholars, Genocide survivors alarmed by increasing hate speech in DR Congo
French President Emmanuel Macron after receiving letters of credence from Rwandau2019s new Ambassador to France Franu00e7ois Nkulikiyimfura (right) at the u00c9lysu00e9e Palace in Paris on Monday, July 25. Nkulikiyimfura, formerly Rwandau2019s envoy to Qatar, was named ambassador to France in April, replacing Amb. Franu00e7ois Xavier Ngarambe.
New Rwandan envoy to France presents credentials to Macron
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Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak.
Boris Johnson’s possible successors back Rwanda migration deal
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Rwandan sentenced to life in Sweden for murdering wife
Two delegations in a group photo at the meeting of the Joint Permanent Commission on Rwanda and DR Congo that took place  in Luanda on July 20-21. The meeting has re-emphasized the need to eradicate FDLR terrorist group and its splinter groups and  tasked the East African Community Regional Force to deal with the terror group upon deployment.
Regional force tasked to ensure total eradication of FDLR, splinter groups
Jeannot Ruhunga, Secretary General of RIB addresses  the 9th Africa Working Group meeting on Cybercrime for heads of units, in Kigali on July 18. Courtesy.
Kigali meet calls for tougher actions against cybercrime
Former Austrian Chancellor, Alfred Gusenbauer and Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Uzziel Ndagijimana after signing the agreement in Kigali on July 18. / Photos by Craish Bahizi
TVET Center of excellence gets Austria funding
Bucyibaruta entering the French court for sentencing on Tuesday. He was immediately placed into custody after the ruling.
French court hands Bucyibaruta 20-year sentence over Genocide
Munyeshyaka, (C) with a gun tucked under his belt. The priest openly moved with a gun throughout the Genocide against the Tutsi. (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)
Genocide survivors renew call to reopen Munyeshyaka’s case
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France: Verdict for Genocide suspect Laurent Bucyibaruta set for Tuesday
A worker sorts fresh flowers at Bella Flowers farm in Rwamagana on June 19, 2020. Traders who export flowers are among business operators who call for incentives as Netherlands and Rwanda move to boost trade to support the country to realise its ambition of becoming self-reliant. Rwandau2019s trade with the Netherlands stands at US$ 41million as of 2021. Of these, 73 % are imported from the Netherlands while exports represent 27 %. Photo: Courtesy.
Call for incentives as Rwanda and Netherlands shift from aid to trade
L-R: Presidents Paul Kagame, Felix Tshisekedi of DR Congo and Angola's Jou00e3o Lourenu00e7o during a tripartite meeting in Kinshasa on May 31, 2019.
Kagame questions silence on FDLR crime

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