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Members of parliament follow Prime Minister's presentation briefing them on the success of the National Strategy for Transformation (NST1). Courtesy
Agriculture
Lawmakers call for major changes in agric sector
President Paul Kagame delivers remarks during the event in which he was presented with an Honorary Doctorate in public policy and management by Yonsei University, in  South Korea, on Wednesday, June 5.
Education
Kagame awarded honorary doctorate by top Korean university
First Lady Jeannette Kagame observes a moment of silence to pay tribute to victims of the Genocide as she joined  elderly survivors to commemorate and honour the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Huye District on Tuesday, June 4. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Kwibuka
PHOTOS: First Lady Jeannette Kagame to elderly genocide survivors: It is from you that we learn resilience
Former Minister of State for Public Investment and Resource Mobilization Jeanine Munyeshuli. File
Politics
Munyeshuli dismissed from cabinet
Chief Justice, Faustin Ntezilyayo meets President of the Uganda Judicial Officers Association, Lady Justice Olive Kazaarwe Mukwaya in Kigali on May 30. Courtesy
EA judicial officials discuss tech, prison congestion and solutions to court backlog
President Paul Kagame arrives  in Seoul, South Korea,  for the first Korea-Africa Summit, on Sunday, June 2. Photos by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame in South Korea for inaugural Korea-Africa Summit
A health worker conducts Hepatitis mass testing exercise at Remera Health Center in Kigali on July 28, 2022. Craish Bahizi
Health
Inside Rwanda’s fight against Hepatitis B
Some of the new taxi-moto helmets that will be distributed to taxi moto riders in Kigali for their safety. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Security
What you need to know about new taxi moto helmets set to be rolled out
A Kirehe District official is being investigated by Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) for allegedly receiving a Rwf500,000 bribe. File
Crime
Kirehe District official arrested over Rwf500,000 bribe
The East African Court of Justice (EACJ) has suspended its operations for June, having been hit by financial woes. Courtesy
Africa
EAC court suspends June operations amid funding woes
Taxi moto riders photographed at Nyamirambo after a meeting with officials in Kigali. File
Security
Taxi moto riders ask for more features as gov’t moves to roll out safer, high-quality helmets
The new helmets with higher-quality safe that will be distributed to taxi moto riders in Kigali on Monday, May 27. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Security
PHOTOS: Govt moves to replace taxi motorists’ helmets, improve safety
Israeli medics alongside their Rwandan counterparts attend to a young patient who had just undergone a minimally invasive cardiac surgery procedure. Courtesy
Health
How minimally invasive heart surgeries are saving children’s lives in Rwanda
A new system can monitor harmful gases, such as nitrogen dioxide, at low cost. While typical sensors can be used only once or a few times, the new material works continuously.
Technology
Rwandan scientist leads MIT team in creating high-tech toxic gas detectors
Christian Malanga, 41, was reported to be the leader of Sunday's reportedly ‘failed coup’ attempt in the capital Kinshasa. Internet
Africa
Who was Christian Malanga, the man behind DR Congo’s ‘foiled coup’?
Dr. Patrick Awuah, Founder & President Ashesi University  delivers his remarks during the commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi at  Ashesi University on May 17. COURTESY
Kwibuka
Ghanaian university to set up monument in remembrance of Genocide against the Tutsi
President Paul Kagame meets with Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, on the sidelines of Africa CEO Forum in Kigali , on Saturday, May 18. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Africa
Kagame, Dangote discuss investment, intra-Africa trade
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Crime
RIB arrests genocide suspect who hid in house for 23 years to evade justice

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