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President Paul Kagame  received letters of credence of 14 envoys in Kigali, on Wednesday, February 8. All photos by Village Urugwiro
PHOTOS: Kagame receives credentials from 14 envoys
Kaspersky Lab's new report has revealed that 46 per cent of the industrial control system (ICS) computers it monitors in Rwanda were attacked with malware in 2022. Courtesy,
Kasperksy reports increasing global trend of malware attacks to industrial control systems
Ambassador Charles and Rosette Murigande dedicated the leadership and people of Rwanda to God and issued a call to action for all attendees.
Rwandans in US host prayer banquet for country
A view of Rwanda Cancer Center  at Rwanda Military Hospital. According to the statistics from the centre , more than 1,400 cancer patients have been treated at the centre. Dan Gatsinzi
FEATURED: How Rwanda Cancer Centre is saving hundreds of lives
More than 300 Rwandans living in Kenya gathered on 4th February to celebrate the National Heroes Day.
Rwandans in Kenya, Sudan mark Heroes Day
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Rwanda showcases tourism products in India
Rwanda has issued a notice of intent to “modify” the 4G LTE wholesale monopoly license granted to Korea Telecom Rwanda Networks (KTRN). fILE
Rwanda intends to take away 4G monopoly from KTRN
The new facility of BAHO Clinic  in Kigali. Bereaved family lodges appeal against Baho medics’ acquittal. File
Bereaved family lodges appeal against Baho medics’ acquittal
Aerial view of Kigali Business District in Nyarugenge District. Rwanda ranked the fourth least corrupt country in Africa in 2022. File
Rwanda ranked 4th least corrupt in Africa – new report
Nyamasheke District head office. The Supreme Court, on Friday, January 27, resolved to invalidate the Rwf 600 million fine slapped on Banque Populaire du Rwanda (BPR) in a legal battle with Nyamasheke district.
BPR-Nyamasheke lawsuit: Supreme Court slashes fine on bank
Papias Kazawadi Dedeki, the newly appointed president of the Federation of African Engineering Organization (FAEO) addresses the conference in Kigali. Photo by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Rwandan appointed head of continental engineers body
Local researchers are in a race to restore the “pygmy Rwandan water lily,” a species originally found exclusively in Rwanda, before going extinct in the country. Courtesy
Researchers want to restore Rwanda’s unique water lily
Some of the inmates at Nyarugenge Prison. Seventy one inmates will be released from Nyarugenge Prison after they struck plea-bargain deals with  prosecutors. Photo by Craish Bahizi
70 inmates set to be released on plea-bargain
Rwanda Cultural Heritage Academy's Masozera  received more than 4,000 sounds and songs from Belgian project, “SHARE” in Kigali on October 28. 2021.
A closer look at Rwandan heritage that needs to be repatriated
Former Minister of state for culture, Edouard Bamporiki with his lawyers in court. Bamporiki was, on Monday, January 23, sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay a fine worth Rwf 30 million by the High Court. He was sentenced  for crimes related to misuse of the authority given to him by the law.   COURTESY
Why Bamporiki’s jail sentence was increased
Rwanda’s envoy to Tanzania, Major General Charles Karamba and Tanzanian Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Pindi Hazara Chana during their meeting on January 24,2023. Courtesy
Rwanda courts Tanzania to join East African Single Tourist Visa
Former Minister of state for culture, Edouard Bamporiki was on Monday sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay a fine worth Rwf 30 million by the High Court. Courtesy
Former Minister Bamporiki sentenced to five years in prison
Robert Masozera, the Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage during the interview. File
Rwandan skulls in German museums: Scientists probe how, why they got there

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