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If the skulls can be properly identified, the plan is to return them to their countries of origin, though the foundation behind the researchers said no country has sought them. October 5, 2017 (AFP)
Germany to return over 900 skulls to Rwanda
 Aegis Trust Chief Executive Officer James Smith facilitates Rwanda’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Johnson Busingye  during his tour of  the Holocaust Centre in Nottingham in UK. Aegis Trust collaborated with Rwandan authorities to establish the Kigali Genocide Memorial in 2004.  During his visit, Busingye lauded UK-based initiatives that are working to support survivors of the Genocide against the Tutsi, as well as contributing to peace-building in Rwanda. Photo Courtesy
Busingye lauds UK-based initiatives supporting Genocide survivors
The Rwandan envoy to Tanzania, Maj Gen Charles Karamba meets with the Tanzanian Minister of Defence and National Service, Innocent Bashungwa in Dar es Salaam on January 17. Courtesy
Rwanda, Tanzania seek to enhance defence cooperation
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Uganda’s Gen. Muhoozi says to hold 49th birthday in Kigali
Minister of National Unity and Civic Engagement, Jean Damascene Bizimana speaks during a meeting with various leaders of various faith- based organisations, to discuss ways of working together towards healing in Kigali on Tuesday, January 17
Religious leaders commit to tackling effects of Genocide
Inmates at Nyarugenge Prison in Kigali. Rwanda is planning to roll-out halfway social reintegration centres for incarcerated persons that are about to complete their sentences. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda to roll-out halfway homes for prisoners on verge of completing sentences
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High Court postpones Bamporiki appeal verdict
The former State Minister in charge of culture Edouard Bamporiki with his lawyers The High Court will, on Monday, January 16, issue its verdict in the appeal case of  Edouard Bamporiki. COURTESY
High Court to pass verdict on Bamporiki appeal on Monday
Ambassador of China to Rwanda, Wang Xuekun addresses delegates during the ceremony. Photo by Craish Bahizi
PHOTOS: Chinese community in Rwanda celebrate 'Year of Rabbit'
Minister of Health Dr Sabin Nsanzimana with the delegates in group photo during the launch a continental fund dubbed ‘Ubuntu Health Impact Fund’ in Kigali on January 11. Courtesy
Multi-million-dollar fund launched to boost pharmaceutical innovation in Africa
Inmates at Nyarugenge Prison in Kigali. The government has launched new efforts aimed at decongesting prisons in the country. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Gov’t to save Rwf15b annually in prisons decongestion
University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) Medical Students in the lab at the Butaro Campus. File
Most medical students in Rwanda suffer “poor sleep quality”- research
Lawyers offer support during the launch of plea bargaining, where they provided free legal assistance to 24 inmates in Mageragere Prison in October 2022.  Courtesy
Gov’t set to implement alternative dispute resolution policies
Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is set to visit Rwanda on Thursday, January 12, as part of a 5-nation Africa tour that starts on Sunday, January 8. Internet
Turkish foreign minister to visit Rwanda
France-based genocide convict Claude Muhayimana and his lawyer. The convict Muhayimana has been released from jail and placed under judicial supervision
France-based genocide convict Muhayimana released ahead of appeal
Elizabeth Ibanda-Nahamya. Photo by UN
Ugandan judge on Félicien Kabuga bench dies
Cardinal Antoine Kambanda leads the Holy Communion mass to pray for late Pope Benedict XVI at Regina Pacis Remera on Thursday, January, 5
Cardinal Kambanda praises late Pope Benedict XVI
The new facility of BAHO Clinic  in Kigali. Paul Jabo, the widower of Chantal Ngwinondebe who died  during a surgical operation, has vowed to appeal against a court decision to acquit the medics who carried out the procedure. File
Bereaved family to appeal against acquittal of Baho medics

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