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French court rejects new inquiry into the death of president Habyarimana that sparked Rwanda genocide

A Paris appeals court rejected a request to reopen an investigation into the 1994 death of Rwanda's president Juvenal Habyarimana, which sparked...

Rwanda: Kabuga Was Helped By An Extensive Network Of Accomplices- Amb. Rugwabiza

Genocide fugitive Félicien Kabuga could not have escaped justice without the help and support of a network of accomplices in African and...

Genocide deniers masquerading as survivors

There is today a new breed of genocide deniers who pose as survivors of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda with...

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Why do communities or ethnic groups arm themselves? Explained using the Security Dilemma theory.

Mandela Garang- Before getting into small details about why communities or ethnic groups arm themselves, I will first define security dilemma as...

Liberation in the age of Agaciro and microbiology

It may not be totally unexpected, but it certainly is a surprisingly meaningful coincidence. This year, on the 4th of July 2020,...

Uganda: 2021 – MPs Reject Digital Campaigns

Members of Parliament (MPs) sitting on the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee on Thursday, rejected the Electoral Commission's (EC) decision banning open...

Rwanda to reopen airports on August 1: ministry

Rwanda on Saturday announced that its airports will reopen for scheduled commercial flight operations at the start of August.

Middle-income status still eludes Uganda as Tanzania makes the grade

Uganda has missed its target to become a Middle Income country, according to rankings released by the World Bank.
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