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RWANDA: Ngonbwa finally convicted for genocide

U.S court bases on Gacaca court findings in Rwanda to end long-running court saga A federal court in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA, has sentenced and concluded that a Rwandan refugee living in Cedar Rapids, “actively participated in the Rwandan genocide.” Court officials say Gervais Ngombwa, 56, was a leader of …

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Rwanda to reject low quality imports

President Kagame makes pledge during visit to SEZ President Kagame on Jan.07 toured the Special Economic Zone where he visited four factories manufacturing different products within the ‘Made in Rwanda’ framework. While addressing business people with operations within the Special Economic Zone at the conclusion of the tour, President Kagame …

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RWANDA: Swelling feet disease

Podoconiosis: A neglected tropical disease causing havoc in Rwanda rural areas A group of 25 people sit, their eyes downcast, on the verdant freshly mowed field at a churchyard in Musanze town. The sky above is thick with dark clouds, promising rains. It’s a perfect morning to be in their …

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KAGAME: `Walk the talk’

Kagame tells world leaders at Davos President Paul Kagame has urged fellow African leaders to “walk the talk” on a variety of urgent development issues including digital connectivity and trade. Speaking at several forums during the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Kagame said “there is no shortcut to …

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Rwanda to export processed minerals

Rwanda has plans to start exporting processed minerals by the end of the year, in an effort to help stimulate domestic processing. Emmanuel Munyangabe, the deputy director-general for Geology and Mining at the Ministry of Natural Resources revealed this to reporters on Jan. 21. He said the country plans to …

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