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First Lady Jeannette Kagame addresses delegates at the annual meeting of the Segal Family Foundation in Kigali on Thursday, July 13. PHOTOS BY OLIVIER MUGWIZA
First Lady roots for collective resolve to tackle global challenges
Devastated Zindiro workshops after a mass fire on July 11. According to the owners of the gutted properties, losses incurred by workshop businesses are estimated to be worth Rwf200 million. Photos by Christianne Murengerantwari
Property worth Rwf200m lost in Kimironko fire
A view of a massive fire that engulfed numerous workshops in Zindiro early morning on July 11. PHOTO BY FRANCIS KATABARWA
PHOTOS: Eyewitnesses explain cause of fire outbreak at Kimironko workshops
A waiter sets a mini-bar at Kisimenti car free zone. The Ministry of Health has launched a new campaign aimed at fighting the behaviour among people, especially the youth. CRAISH BAHIZI
New campaign seeks to curb rise in alcohol consumption
Only 12 countries across different regions in Africa are set to receive 18 million doses of the first-ever malaria vaccine. INTERNET PHOTO
Why Rwanda did not apply for latest malaria vaccine
Lieutenant Colonel Aloys Simba, a convict of the Genocide against the Tutsi who died in Benin on Tuesday, July 4. Internet
Who is Habyarimana’s best friend who died in Benin?
Rwanda’s ambassador to Switzerland Marie Chantal Rwakazina during the celebration of the 29th Liberation Day, on Tuesday, July 4. Courtesy
Rwanda’s liberation is a dream come true - Amb Rwakazina
Rwanda Investigation Bureau's spokesperson Thierry Murangira speaks to journalists. According to RIB a total of 234 people were arrested for genocide ideology and related crimes during the 100 days of the commemoration.
Over 230 arrested for genocide ideology in 100 days - RIB
President Paul Kagame responds to different questions during a televised conversation dubbed ‘Ask the President’ on the
public broadcaster RBA, in Kigali on Tuesday, July 4. Kagame said that Rwanda’s toughest challenge was rebuilding a shattered
nation, uniting its people and making them understand their history. Photo: Courtesy.
Kagame on toughest challenges Rwanda faced after liberation
Dr. Lidong Yu, a Chinese orthopedic surgeon  and his teammate during a surgical operation at Kibungo Referral Hospital in Rwanda. Courtesy
How Chinese orthopedic surgeon is saving lives in Rwanda
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Concern as alcohol consumption surges in Rwanda
Experts say that many people think they don’t have dental problems until the situation gets out of the hand. File
Over 50 percent Rwandans never visit the dentist - survey
The number of overweight people in Rwanda has increased from 14 percent in 2013 to 18.6 percent in 2022, according to findings of a country-wide survey carried out by Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC).
Obesity on the rise among Rwandans – new study
Justice Minister Emmanuel Ugirashebuja and  RIB’s Secretary General Jeannot Ruhunga  during the conclusion of a three-day investigators’ retreat on Thursday, June 29 in Nyamata, Bugesera District. Courtesy
RIB investigators brace for tougher future as AI takes shape
Thierry Murangira, Rwanda Investigation Bureau spokesperson.
RIB explains reason behind rise in crime statistics
Rwanda Investigation Bureau headquarters at Kimihurura. A newly proposed draft law is seeking to grant powers to the Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) to close some case files without first sending them to the prosecutors.File
RIB may soon start closing ‘some’ cases without prosecution
Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Eid al-Adha: Muslims pray for national dev't, security
A group of suspects that are paraded at Rwanda Investigation Bureau on February 5, 2020. The first six months of 2023 have registered the highest crime rate compared to the previous five years. Sam Ngendahimana
2023 has highest crime rate in five years – Minister

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