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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
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Kwibuka
Kwibuka 29: Bralirwa pays tribute to Genocide victims
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Kwibuka
Old Mutual Insurance Rwanda pays tribute to Genocide victims
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Crime
Kamonyi: 10 arrested on suspicion of withholding information on Genocide victims
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Crime
Prosecution takes over ‘Kwa Dubai’ estate case
Nyarugenge primary Court  remanded Eric Sebanani Kazungu for 30 days on charges of killing his wife. Courtesy
Crime
Man accused of killing wife, stuffing limbs in bucket remanded
All photos by Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Law
More inmates secure plea bargain deals
Archbishop Mbanda and his son Edwin.
Rwanda
‘Love you Eddie’-Archbishop Mbanda eulogises son
Leopold Mujyambere alias Musenyeri, Joseph Habyarimana Joseph alias Mchebo Sophoni, Marc Habimana, Felicien Ruzindana, Emmanuel Habimana, and Emilien Mpakaniye during court hearing.
Crime
Former FDLR combatants sentenced to 5 years in jail
Mufti of Rwanda Sheikh Hitimana Saleh leads prayers in celebration of Eid
Religion
Eid al-Fitr set for Friday
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Crime
Suspects in murder case of varsity lecturer to be arraigned
Eric Sebanani Kazungu on Thursday pleaded guilty to murdering his wife Suzanne Murekeyiteto last month. The suspect was remanded until April 25. File
Crime
Nyarugenge man accused of hacking wife to death arraigned
A view of Kwa Dubai. Courtesy
Crime
‘Kwa Dubai’ estate owner, former Gasabo District officials arrested
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Crime
Court adjourns trial of woman accused of murdering step-daughter
Youth carry a trauma victim during the decent burial at Nyanza Kicukiro Genocide memorial. Sam Ngendahimana
Kwibuka
Genocide survivors-focused intervention needed to address intergenerational trauma – Expert
Nyarugenge Primary Court has handed Evariste Tuyisenge, whose Twitter handle is NTAMA W'IMANA 2, a suspended sentence for ‘Publication of Pornographic Images through a Computer or a Computer System’ on April 14. Courtesy
Crime
Twitter user gets 3-year suspended sentence for encouraging defilement
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Crime
Rutsiro: Catholic nun arrested for refusing to provide ambulance for woman in labour
Aimée Marie Kaberuka Niwemfura delivers her testimony during the commemoration of the Genocide Against the Tutsi at Nyanza-Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on April 11. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Kwibuka
Though killed, their seeds have germinated - survivor
Philbert Gakwenzire, President of Ibuka addresses mourners during the commemoration of over 105,000 victims who were killed in the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994, at Nyanza, Kicukiro on April 11. Dan Gatsinzi
Crime
Ibuka concerned about early release of Genocide perpetrators

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