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Mucyo Wakera during an interview with The New Times. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari
'Never give up': Mucyo Wakera's journey to a bold Afro Fusion singer
Piercing child’s ears,  has been compared as a violation of sorts, and that such parents may even be accused of abuse. Internet
Piercing through the stigma: Of body modification and expression
Delegates pose for a group photo at the official launch of the Eastern Africa Regional School Meals Coalition Network, hosted by the World Food Programme (WFP) in Kigali from June 26-27. Craish Bahizi
Step towards better nutrition: How East Africa could unlock school feeding programme success
Rob Kucera, the District Director of East Africa, Complex General Manager - Radisson Blu Hotel and Convention Centre hands over the Community-Based Health Insurance, known as 'Mutuelle de Sante' for 300 families in Jali.
FEATURED: Radisson Blu pays medical insurance for 300 families
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PHOTOS: Who are Rwanda's leading women in engineering?
Minister of State for East African Community Affairs, Manasseh Nshuti and British High Commissioner to Rwanda, Omar Daair toast during the celebration of King Charles III’s birthday in Kigali on June 22. All photo by  Christianne Murengerantwari
PHOTOS: British High Commission celebrates King’s birthday
The Bound Angle, 'Baddha Konasana' pose. All Photos by Christiane Murengerantwari
Finding your flow: Uncovering the essence of yoga
Umutoniwase, works in her pig farm in Kigeme Refugee Camp  in Nyamagabe District of Rwanda.
Africa Humanitarian Action: 29 years of ‘Hope away from home’
Delegates at the celebration of African Child Day in Kigali, on Friday, June 16. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
PHOTOS: Safer Internet: Three-month campaign on child online safety launched
Dr Abdallah Utumatwishima, Rwanda’s Minister of Youth (R), speaks during a panel discussion.He emphasized that it’s time for young people in agriculture to shine, be supported, and be recognised for the transformation.
‘Buy from Youth’: The drive to unlock potential of young farmers
 Members of Organization for the Integration and Promotion of People with Albinism (OIPPA) during a walk to raise awareness on the International Albinism Awareness Day in Kigali, on June 13. While celebrating the day, they revealed  that the sense of celebration is due to achieving significant milestones as a community that needs recognition. Photo by   Emmanuel Dushimirimana
Albinism Awareness Day: Tracing progress of people living with albinism in Rwanda
Kalisa Bahati  President of Rwandan Community in Tennessee addresses mourners during the commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi.
Rwandans in Tennessee, Kentucky urged to denounce Genocide perpetrators, denial
Chantal Umuhoza shares her testimony during Igihango cy'Urungano, an annual forum that commemorates the youth killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, in Gisagara District on Friday, June 9.Photos by Olivier Mugwiza
‘Igihango cy’Urungano’: Stories of the post-Genocide generation
Children of Gisimba with his potrait at a requiem mass at, St Karoli Lwanga parish in Nyamirambo. Courtesy
Gisimba, a hero who saved over 400 children laid to rest
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga during his trial  at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague. Courtesy
UN Court decision on Kabuga trial disappointing - activists
An assortment of African waist beads on display. Photos: Courtesy.
Traditional accessory or fashion statement: What do waist beads symbolise?
Carine Umutoni, the Managing Director of Ecobank Rwanda and Senthil GANESH,  Akagera Business Group  Managing Director during the signing ceremony. Photos: Emmanuel
Akagera Business Group, Ecobank in new vehicle financing partnership
Remember Uwayezu  from Kirehe District, is the overall winner (1st), of the 6th National Scratch Programming Competition. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Girls top national ICT competition

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