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Francophone West Africa: sign of a veritable, enduring, new breed of leaders emerging?
Tshisekedi has hired mercenaries on top of using FDLR génocidaires, plus a hotchpotch of bloodthirsty local killer groups, all assisted by UN peacekeepers (!), to kill Congolese Tutsi. Internet
Of the West, riot acts, Rwanda and genocidal bloodletting in DR Congo
President Paul Kagame and Ntare School (Uganda) Headmaster Saul Rwampororo pose for a picture with current students of the school in western Uganda during a cocktail at Kigali Convention Centre on Friday, March 8. VILLAGE URUGWIRO
Ntare school of excellence: cultivating young lions of distinction
A view of La Petite Barrière, the border between Rwanda and DR Congo. Courtesy
Rwanda and DR Congo will always be together; they are joined at the hip
Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo on a patrol car in Mukakati on December 10, 2021. PHOTO | AFP
Western powers and their lickspittles stoking the fires in DR Congo to spite Rwanda?
Delegates during Rwanda Day 2024  in Washington, D.C., USA.
Fired up with patriotic fervour extraordinaire
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Rwanda: The comeback kid, born of a series of youth-led revolutions
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The misfortune of living in an ‘unprincipled neighbourhood’
A view of Kacyiru road junction in Gasabo District. OLIVIER MUGWIZA
Kigali City to take its street beauty to residential estates? Residents are on their knees
Ms. Bridget Hilton-Barber and Mr. Hugh Fraser in Rwanda in June,2023.
“Innocent tourists” who sought to stain Rwanda but hit a miss
Some of former RPA fighters were injured during the liberation journey that was launched on October 1, 1990
Viva, our patriots of October 1990, viva!
National Electoral Commission's volunteers help voters during the past elections in Gasabo district. Sam Ngendahimana
“Joining the club of ‘power clingers’”, my foot!
A view of the City of Kigali's Business District in Nyarugenge District. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Kigali: from a forlorn hill to Africa’s premier Smart City
RPA soldiers in morale boosting session during the liberation war. File
Wheels were in spin; but the times, they were a-changing… 
President Kagame and his counterpart  Sassou-Nguesso of The Republic of Congo, at Kibugabuga farm in Bugesera District. In the history of Rwanda, Inyambo have never been thought of as a means to diplomatic ties.
Inyambo and other cattle for foreign close ties and domestic democracy
Delegates follow Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland's remarks during the  Commonwealth meeting in Kigali in June 2022. Craish Bahizi
As a perennial host to international events, Rwanda has to always be in high feather
A view of a lit-road at Biryogo in Kigali. In Rwanda,  people believe that all roads are supposed to be night-lit.
Rwanda is a work in ceaseless progress
Rwandan troops in MINUSCA and in a bilateral arrangement have brought some measure of stability. Courtesy
For her history, Rwanda lives by the will to rescue those in distress

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