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Antoinette Uwineza, alias Micheline Uwababyeyi, was apprehended on New Year’s Eve by Kenyan police officers posing as hitmen. Internet
Fresh details emerge on Rwandan woman arrested over murder-for-hire plot in Nairobi
Uganda has taken legal action against Kenya in the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) after Kenya denied a local license to Uganda's government-owned oil marketer. Internet
Uganda lodges lawsuit against Kenya over oil importation
Kenyan police officers posing as hitmen for hire on New Year’s Eve arrested a Rwandan woman and her brother over a murder-for-hire plot.
Rwandan woman arrested in Nairobi over murder-for-hire plot against Swiss man
Rwandans and friends of Rwanda during Rwanda Day in Belgium Brussels on June 10, 2017. After being temporarily halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annually celebrated diaspora event, Rwanda Day, returns on February 2 and 3, 2024. The 11th edition which will take place in Washington D.C, is among five main events that are expected to take place in 2024. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Five awaited key highlights of 2024
Rwandan surgeons together with American surgeons carry out a transplant surgery on a patient at King Faisal Hospital (KFH) (courtesy).
Rwanda's highs and lows in 2023
Desire Muhinyuza, on Wednesday, December 27, won a legal battle in Kenya to reclaim ownership of an online company valued at Rwf 3.2 billion. Courtesy
Kenya: Case of defrauded Rwandan investor “a wake-up call”
Desire Muhinyuza (L) with his lawyer at the court in Kenya
Kenyan court restores Rwf3b company defrauded from Rwandan investor
Denis Kazungu, the alleged serial killer accused of murdering 14 people and burying their remains in his residence in Busanza. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Top five court cases that stood out in 2023
The Rwanda Basketball League (RBL) is scheduled to tip off on February 9, 2024. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Rwanda Basketball League: Five key things to watch in the 2024 season
Some inmates at Nyarugenge Prison. PHOTO BY CRAISH BAHIZI
Major reforms that shaped the justice sector in 2023
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Prisons body explains why Gasana was allowed to temporarily leave jail
A woman works in Agakiriro after studying vocations in Bugesera. The government is currently facing a shortfall of nearly 400,000 jobs to meet the targets outlined in the National Strategy for Transformation (NST1). FILE
Gov’t short of 400,000 jobs six months to end of NST1
(Top, L-R): Col. Lydia Bagwaneza, Col. Stella Uwineza, and Col. Seraphine Nyirasafari.
 (Bottom, L-R): Col. Lausanne N. Ingabire, Col. Belina Kayirangwa, Col. Betty Dukuze, and Col. Marie Claire Muragijimana. Courtesy.
RDF releases fresh photos of newly promoted female Colonels
(L-R) Richard Moir, a board member of the London Chamber of Commerce, Isaac Alabi, Operations Director at RB (UK), Michaëlle Kubwimana, Networking Director at RB (UK), and Nicholas Stevens (CEO of NTL Trust) pictured during a networking event organised by Rwanda Business UK this year. Courtesy
UK: How Rwandan businesses are boosting visibility, collaborations
The presidential and legislative elections in DR Congo faced disruptions as polling stations experienced lengthy delays on the morning of Wednesday, December 20. INTERNET PHOTO
DR Congo: Voting marred by delays, alleged malpractices
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DR Congo: MONUSCO mandate extended for one year as UN adopts drawdown plan
Rwanda's Minister of Foreign Affairs , Vincent Biruta, shakes hands with his Brazilian counterpart, Mauro Vieira, during his visit in Brasilia on October 5. Rwanda is set to open an embassy in Brazil. Courtesy
Rwanda’s first embassy in South America: What is the significance?
Masaka Hospital is currently in discussions regarding a prospective partnership with Baotou Central Hospital, a prominent medical institution in Inner Mongolia, China
Masaka Hospital, Chinese medical institution mull partnership

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