Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
Damas Gisimba Mutezintare, a hero who saved over 400 people in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi has passed on at the age of 61. Courtesy
Tributes pour in for deceased Genocide hero Gisimba
 Damas Gisimba Mutezintare has passed on at the age of 61, File
Damas Gisimba: Genocide hero dies at 61
A bride and groom  during a wedding ceremony. According to a recent poll, Rwandans display a relatively strong interest in selecting marriage partners who earn higher incomes than themselves.. Sam Ngendahimana
Poll: Rwandans prefer marriage partners with higher income
A Charis UAS drone pilot test-flies a drone in Kigali.  Charis UAS is one of companies accredited to fly drones in Rwanda. The law regulating the use of Unmanned Aircrafts (UA) or drones in Rwanda is a tight one, requiring every user to first get authorization from the Civil Aviation Authority. Photo by Charis UAS
Why drone use is tightly regulated
The Chinese medics conduct outreach at Inshuti Zacu, a daycare centre located in Gahanga, Kicukiro that provides care for children living with disabilities. Courtesy
Kigali: Chinese medics reach out to children living with disability
Theophile Rurangwa, the Chargé d’Affaires at the High Commission of Rwanda in Ghana. Courtesy
Benin: Rwandan envoy calls for sustained effort to bring genocidaires to book
President Paul Kagame attended the swearing-in ceremony of Nigeria’s new President, Ahmed Bola Tinubu, in Abuja , on Monday, May 29. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kagame attends Nigerian President Tinubu’s swearing-in ceremony
Serge Brammertz, the Chief Prosecutor of the United Nations' International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) speaks to journalists in Kigali in 2019. Sam Ngendahimana
UN prosecutor vows to wind up all Rwandan cases in two years
Some of the Genocide suspects that are masterminds and their indictments were referred to Rwanda by the now-defunct International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. File
Who are the three ICTR-indicted genocide fugitives still at large?
A group photo of the Rwandan Community in Greater Manchester, United Kingdom as they unveil a new memorial stone in Salford City in honour of the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi , on Saturday, May 27.
Memorial stone unveiled in UK in honour of Genocide victims
The China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo (CAETE), a mega exhibition slated for June 29 to July 2 in Hunan Province - China. Courtesy
Upcoming Chinese exhibition tipped to open opportunities for Rwandan entrepreneurs
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Rwanda's oldest mountain Gorilla dies
Serge Brammertz, the Chief Prosecutor of the United Nations' International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) speaks to journalists in Kigali in 2019. Photo by  Sam Ngendahimana
Kayishema to be transferred to Rwanda soon – IRMCT Chief Prosecutor
Officials lay a foundation stone during the launch of the construction works on halfway houses  in Rwamagana District  on Thursday, May 25. Photos by Emmanuel Nkangura
What are half-way homes and why is Rwanda rolling them out?
Naphtal Ahishakiye, the Executive Secretary of Ibuka
Survivors welcome arrest of genocide fugitive Fulgence Kayishema
A group of suspects that are paraded at Rwanda Investigation Bureau on February 5, 2020. RIB's practice of parading suspects before media has been challenged in the Supreme Court. Photo by  Sam Ngendahimana
Parading of suspects challenged in Supreme Court
Teddy Segore, one of the pilots with Charis test-flies a drone in Kigali . File
You want to fly a drone in Rwanda? Here's what you're required to do
Rwanda Investigation Bureau's officers during a general assembly. File
State attorneys challenge petition on RIB searches

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