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Workers put final touches to construction of facilities at Gashora Transit Centre in Bugesera District yesterday. The centre will at the beginning host 75 refugees. / Sam Ngendahimana
First group of refugees from Libya arrives in Rwanda on Thursday
Residents work to exhume remains of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwezamenyo Sector, Nyarugenge District on September 24, 2019. Remains of 100 victims have been uncovered. The victims were buried in the home of one Jean-Baptiste Rwagasana, who is one of the victims buried here. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Remains of over 100 genocide victims exhumed in Rwezamenyo
First Lady Mrs Jeannette Kagame attended the OAFLAD B2B Resource Mobilisation Event, on the margins of the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). / Courtesy
Mrs Kagame, other First Ladies fundraise for African causes
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Kigali city authorities examine challenges for cancer patients
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Goodrich TV boss released on bail
Nadine Umutoni, the Vice-Mayor in Charge of Social-Economic Affairs in the City of Kigali (centre), speaks during the meeting while as Aurore Umuhoza, Coordinator of the National Women Council in the city of Kigali (right) looks on. On the left is Allen Atwiine, an official with the National Women Council. The council has vowed to put up a fresh fight to counter the rising numbers of divorces in the country. / Craish Bahizi
Women council pledges fresh efforts to counter rising divorce cases
Seventy-five refugees and asylum-seekers are set to be airlifted to Rwanda from Libya in the near future.
Over 70 refugees ready to be evacuated from Libya to Rwanda
L-R: Rwanda Biomedical Centre director-general Dr Sabin Nsanzimana chats with Dr Zuberi Muvunyi, the director-general of Clinical & Public Health Services at the Ministry of Health, and Dr Solange Hakiba, the deputy director-general of RSSB at the 6th International African Palliative Care Conference at Kigali Convention Centre on Tuesday. Medics say there is need to broaden palliative care services.  Sam Ngendahimana.
Medics want palliative care scaled up in rural areas
Francis Habumugisha leaves Nyarugenge Primary Court last week. He is accused assaulting two female employees. Net photo.
Goodrich TV boss bail ruling postponed
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Organiser of infamous “wealth conference” given two-year jail sentence
The Minister for Health, Diane Gashumba, meets the US Health and Human Services Secretary, Alex Azar, in Kigali yesterday. Azar and his delegation commended Rwandau2019s gains in the health sector in recent years. / Courtesy
US, Rwanda officials discuss public health
The choir has a started a junior team to take over when some of the members retire. / Courtesy
From rejection to stardom: The story of Alarm Ministries’ 20-year journey
Rabbi Haim Bar Sella (centre), and his wife Dina during a meeting with Amb. Ron Adam, the Israeli envoy to Rwanda (right), in Kigali. / Courtesy
First Israeli synagogue opened in Rwanda
Ambassador Valentine Rugwabiza presents her letter of credence to Sir Patrick Linton Allen, the Governor General of Jamaica.
Ambassador Rugwabiza presents credentials to Jamaica
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Suspects in infamous “wealth conference” appear in court
A Rwandair plane on the runway at Kigali International Airport recently. / Sam Ngendahimana
RwandAir clientele in Dubai up by 17%
Mohammed Al Kamali the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Exports (centre) and Carlos Salim Al Hashim, Vice President for Arab Union of Land Transport (3rd right) during the tour of the DP World facility with a delegation of over 17 business executives from about eight sectors of the Middle East country (UAE) at Dubai Port World in Masaka Sector, Kicukiro District, Kigali of Kigali yesterday. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Rwanda’s dry port to facilitate trade in region – UAE trade official
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UAE companies eye Rwanda as a gateway to Great Lakes region

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