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Rwanda Investigation Bureau personel close a detainee's van in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana
Five online practices that may land you in jail
Some of the most wanted genocide fugitives who were arrested. File
Genocide fugitives: How change of tack paid off
Child pornography is a crime that is punishable by a prison term of between 5 to 7 years and a fine of Rwf7 to 10 million. COURTESY
RIB arrests four YouTubers over child pornography
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
1500 cases settled through plea bargain in 8 months
The Rwandan community and friends of Rwanda in Ethiopia, on Friday, July 29, celebrated the 29th anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation. Courtesy
Rwandans in Ethiopia celebrate Liberation Day
The Chief Prosecutor of the UN's International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT), Serge Brammertz speaks to The New Times  on July 28, 2023. Photo by Moise Bahati
UN prosecutor on Kabuga appeal, preparations for Kayishema case
Some of the congregants of Phaneroo Ministries International during the hand clapping session
World clapping record: Ugandan church now awaits Guiness confirmation
Apostle Grace Lubega during a healing session at the long awaited Rwanda Revival Conference that saw a multitude of believers from Rwanda and neighbouring countries flock BK Arena on February 4. File
Ugandan church to attempt Guinness world record for longest hand-clapping session
President Kagame and his Mozambican counterpart President Nyusi during a tour of his farm where he gifted him with Inyambo cows at Kibugabuga in Bugesera District, on Saturday, July 29. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kagame gifts visiting Mozambican president with cows
Retired Major Habib Mudathiru, former Chief of Operations of the illegal armed group P5 appeared in the Court of Appeal where he appealed the Military High Court's decision to sentence him to 25 years. File
P5 terror trial: Verdict postponed as prosecutors claim discovery of new evidence
China's Minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Liu Jianchao pays tribute to victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi on July 26. Emmanuel Dushimimana.
PHOTOS: Chinese minister hails Rwandans’ reconciliation, tips country for prosperity
A community health worker vaccinates a child assisted by Alice Kayitesi, the Governor of Southern Province (C), and Dr Theopista Kabuteni, WHO Reproductive Maternal and Neonatal Health Specialist. This was during the official launch of  a comprehensive vaccination campaign against Polio 2, in Nyanza District, on Monday, July 24. According to Rwanda Biomedical Centre, the five-day countrywide exercise targets over 2.7 million children under seven. Courtesy
Explainer: Is the polio outbreak in region a cause for concern?
The government  launched a comprehensive vaccination campaign against Polio 2,on Monday, July 24. Courtesy
Rwanda’s new polio vaccination campaign targets 2.7 million children
Serge Brammertz, the Chief Prosecutor of the United Nations' International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) speaks to journalists in Kigali in 2019. SAM NGENDAHIMANA
IRMCT Chief Prosecutor to visit Rwanda, brief Genocide survivors on Kayishema's trial
Private Sector Federation (PSF) Chief Executive Officer Stephen Ruzibiza during an interview in Kigali on July 14, 2023. PHOTO BY CRAISH BAHIZI
PSF boss on opportunities amid economic shocks
Airtel Rwanda  officials launch the roll-out of its much-anticipated 4G LTE internet services for individuals, homes, and businesses, on Saturday, July 22. All photos by Craish BAHIZI
Airtel Rwanda launches its own 4G LTE network
Activists pose for a photo after the interview on the  issues impeding menstrual health. PHOTOS BY CHRISTIANNE MURENGERANTWARI
Activists point out issues impeding menstrual health
According to Hassan Sibomana, the manager of RBC’s Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI),they put more  efforts in  trying to “not leave any child behind when it comes to vaccination'.Courtesy
Rwanda mulls using biometric tech in vaccination programs

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