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Kigali hosts top scientists

President launches Ecosystem of Pan-African transformation The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), in partnership with the Government of Rwanda, recently announced the launch of AIMS in Rwanda, a world class ecosystem of pan-African transformation through mathematical sciences. The official launch took place at the Kigali Convention Centre (KCC), with …

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RWANDA: Rescued albinos

Rejected by father, these boys found voice in music It’s one thing to be born. It’s quite another to be born different. Grace Uwingabiye discovered this in 1993 when she produced her first child – an albino.  The following year, another one came; also an albino. The first one was …

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Rwanda makes history

Kagame becomes first African leader to address powerful Israel lobby group President Paul Kagame hailed Rwanda-Israel friendship in an address to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference. He was the first African head of state ever to address the pro-Israel forum that brings together thousands of activists, …

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RWANDA: Renewed trust

Pope begs God’s forgiveness for Church sins in Rwanda genocide President Paul Kagame on March 10 held talks with the head of the Catholic Church; the Holy Father, Pope Francis, at the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. After the meeting, the Vatican said in a statement that the pontiff “conveyed …

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World Bank boss visits Rwanda

US$57 billion financing for sub-Saharan Africa promises to boost business Doing business in Rwanda is expected to improve with the visit of World Bank’s President Jim Yong Kim. Kim arrived in Kigali on March 21 for a two-day visit and held discussions with President Paul Kagame and the private sector …

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RWANDA: Kagame meets President Xi

Two leaders agree industrial cooperation By Independent Team & Agencies President Paul Kagame wants Chinese companies to collaborate with their Rwandan counterparts to build industries in Rwanda. The President expressed the wish at a recent meeting with the Chinese leader, President Xi Jiping, when he visited Beijing. Kagame encouraged Chinese …

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US, China disagree on South Sudan

China has disagreed with the United States, its major economic rival on how to ensure peace in South Sudan. Whereas the US has persistently called for sanctions against Uganda’s northern neighbour in a way of preventing the intermittent fighting that breaks out in the country, China, has said placing sanctions …

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RWANDA: Party of business

The Rwandan Patriotic Front’s business empire RWANDA has a reputation for enterprise. Its government has largely stamped out small-scale corruption and trimmed regulations, making the country the second-best place in Africa to do business, according to the World Bank’s widely-followed ranking. But the dominant political party, the Rwandan Patriotic Front …

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