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15 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
Last month while in Rwanda to cover the 20th anniversary of the genocide, Faustin Mugabe observed sharp contrasts between the two neighbouring countries, especially in their capitals.
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19 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Ten years before the brutal genocide, a religious fervor gripped Kibeho as dozens claimed the Virgin Mary had appeared to them.
21 hrs ago | The Independent
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Serena Hotels-Kigali on Thursday graduated more than 30 employees who have undergone intensive training in hospitality, and English language skills courtesy of Lobster Inkand Inganzolanguage project.
Yesterday | Iol.co.za
North Kivu is at the heart of Congo's production of tin and coltan - used in electronic devices such as mobile phones and videogame consoles.
Yesterday | Real Clear Politics
Rwanda is a small state, barely the size of Belgium, and a tenth of the country's 11 million people live in the capital.
Rwanda's president, Paul Kagame, in Brussels on April 2. Mr. Kagame, who led a Tutsi insurgency after the 1994 genocide, was elected to a second term in 2010.
A group of Rwandans who had invested in the former Telex-Free Rwanda Ltd are considering legal action against the company in a bid to recover their money, The New Times has learnt.
In recognition of the 20 year anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, actor/writer Jay O. Sanders ' play Unexplored Interior, directed by James Glossman , will receive and an unprecedented reading on Sunday, May 11 at 12 Noon at the Museum of Jewish Heritage .
Rwandans begin the Easter celebrations today with a Holy Thursday mass led by Archbishop of Kigali Thaddee Ntihinyurwa at St. Michael's church in Kigali.
Funding sources for micro-finance institutions and SACCOs could increase following the launch of a new project that seeks to ease access to micro-loans from funders abroad, according to project implementers.
Emmanuel's father was killed during the Rwandan genocide of 1994 when Emmanuel was two years old.
Environmentalists around the world condemned on Wednesday the shooting of a Belgian conservationist who has struggled to protect Africa's mountain gorillas in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Rwanda Stock Exchange share index went up 1.01 points to close at 263.50 and mainly pushed by the rising Bralirwa share price beating its close contender Bank of Kigali to close shop at Rwf 865.
The president of Interpol, Mireilla Ballestrazi has hailed the Rwanda National Police for its efforts shown in fighting crimes in the country.
The Belgian-born head of the spectacular reserve, home-some reckon-to 80% of the world's surviving mountain gorillas, has been doing arguably the most dangerous job in conservation since 2008.