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MPs during the session that granted preliminary approval to the UK-Rwanda migration agreement.
MPs grant preliminary approval to UK-Rwanda migration deal
Rwanda accommodates more than 127,000 refugees, 60 percent of whom are DR Congolese while 39 percent are Burundian.Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Officials root for refugees’ self-reliance as funding drops
A partial earial view of Mahama refugee camp. The place hosts more than 60,000 refugees, 40,000 of whom are Burundians. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana.
Over 100 Burundian refugees set to return to their country
A night view of Amahoro Stadium lights up in national colours on Monday, February 19, 2024. The project to upgrade it to a modern 45,000-seat facility is expected to be completed in May. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari for The New Times.
Revamped Amahoro Stadium: How will traffic be managed on match days?
The boat under construction before WWI took place.
Search for World War German boat in Rwanda: 10 things to know
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Why experts are searching for a German WWI boat in Lake Kivu
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga during his trial at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague.  Courtesy
In detention, ‘financier of 1994 Genocide’ still struggles to find host country
The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) s registrar Aboubacar Tambadou addresses journalists during a press conference in Kigali, on Thursday, February 15. Courtesy
Genocide: UN Court set to close Rwanda field office
Rwandan man has been arrested in The Netherlands on charges of participating in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Rwandan Genocide fugitive, 64, arrested in The Netherlands
Brig Gen Geraldine Janet George, has been appointed the minister of defence in her country.
Female officer trained in Rwanda appointed minister in Liberia
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Gervais Hakizimana: Short-lived dream of a top Rwandan athletics coach
An inside view of Rwanda’s revamped Amahoro National Stadium, as seen on January 11, 2024. Engineers say the new 45,000-seater sports facility will be ready before the August construction deadline. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
VIDEO & PHOTOS: Amahoro National Stadium engineers “committed to deliver” before August
Inmates at Nyarugenge Prison. Rwanda is integrating plea bargaining to enhance restorative justice and reduce court backlog and prison congestion. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Plea bargain: Which cases are ineligible in Rwanda?
The suspect Wenceslas Twagirayezu was extradited to Rwanda by Denmark. Courtesy
Twagirayezu ruling: Why one judge dissented during acquittal verdict
The intermediate court of Nyarugenge, on Friday, January 12, once again postponed the trial in substance of suspected serial killer Denis Kazungu. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Kazungu case postponed again, defence lawyer given more time to prepare
The revised law stipulates a jail term ranging from six months to two years upon conviction, but a crucial prerequisite is the confirmation of postpartum depression by a certified medical professional. Internet
Infanticide: Experts unsatisfied with new postpartum depression clauses
Prisoners at Nyarugenge Prison  on May 26, 2022. According to statistics cases closed through plea bargains have surpassed the 5,000 mark in just over a year. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Plea bargain: Over 5,000 cases concluded in one year
Antoinette Uwineza, alias Micheline Uwababyeyi, was apprehended on New Year’s Eve by Kenyan police officers posing as hitmen.
Rwandan woman accused of attempted murder in Nairobi granted bail

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