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 President Paul Kagame poses for a photo with the new judges after officiating at the swearing-in of judges in the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, and the High Court and senior officials from the Rwanda Investigation Bureau, on Tuesday, November 14. Kagame reminded new officials that everyone is equal before the law and urged them to be the first to observe the law. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Law
Kagame presides over swearing-in of new Supreme Court justices
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Environment
Govt closes 13 mining concessions over safety, environmental issues
Former Member of Parliament Gamaliel Mbonimana's new book “The Power of keeping sober,”. Courtesy
Rwanda
Ex-MP Mbonimana reveals tough life after resignation
Nyamuragira volcano
Environment
Observatory allays fears over “intense” lava activity in Nyamuragira volcano
Arthroleptis nyungwensis_J.M. Dehling, University Koblenz
Environment
Scientists discover small frog species found only in Rwanda
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International
UK Supreme Court to issue ruling on Rwanda migrant plan next week
Rwanda is one of the countries that have made significant achievements in managing HIVAIDS, having reached the 95-95-95 target. Courtesy
Health
After hitting global target, Rwanda sets eyes on achieving 100% HIV treatment
DRC-CENI officers during past elections. US Congressmen have penned a letter to the incumbent, President Felix Tshisekedi, asking for a transparent and fair process. File
Africa
DR Congo elections: US congressmen demand fairness, transparency from Tshisekedi
A view of the newly completed "Mantis Kivu Queen uBuranga", Rwanda’s first luxury floating hotel that is expected to get operational and serve clients by early December. The  uBuranga boasts 10 modern cabins, a swimming pool, a dining salon, a bar, and a viewing deck that allows tourists to explore some of Rwanda’s desirable sceneries. Courtesy
Tourism
Mantis Kivu Queen: Rwanda’s floating hotel ready to sail
Prof Pierre Rwanyindo, who passed away on Saturday, November 5 at the age of 89. Courtesy
Rwanda
Rwandans pay tribute to deceased researcher, Prof Rwanyindo
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Health
Rwanda should consider manufacturing ARVs — expert
 Researcher in peace studies,  Professor Pierre Rwanyindo,  passed on at  the age of 89. Courtesy
Rwanda
Researcher Prof Pierre Rwanyindo dies at 89
Militiamen of the FDLR, a genocidal group that is among others that are destabilising DR Congo. A SADC summit held on Saturday discussed the strategy of deployment by SADC states into eastern DR Congo for peace.
Africa
SADC leaders discuss military deployment in DR Congo
People get tested for Non-Communicable Disease during a mass screening exercise n Kigali. Craish Bahizi
Health
Health ministry mulls major changes as NCDs surge in Rwanda
Decorated Danish photographer Jan Grarup receiving the Photo of the Year award from Unicef in 2006 over a photo he took during the aftermath of an earthquake that struck the Kashmir region of India. He has won numerous awards for his coverage of different conflicts in the world. Photo by Unicef
Rwanda
Genocide: Danish war photographer on the spot over Rwanda coverage
Frank Gisha Mugisha, Rwanda Chamber of Tourism Managing Director and Tojosoa Razafimahalefa, CTM’s Vice Chairman after signing the agreement in Kigali on October 31. PHOTOS. DAN GATSINZI
Tourism
Tourism: Rwandan, Madagascan private sectors ink cooperation deal
An increased number of Rwandans sought medical attention for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in 2023. COURTESY
Health
More Rwandans complained of STIs in 2023
The German Historical Museum. Net photo
Crime
Return of Rwandan skulls from Germany will reach crucial stage early next year

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