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Rwandan rebel group spokesman faces terrorism-related charges in Kigali court

Apr 08 2019

KIGALI A Rwandan court filed terrorism-related charges against the spokesman for the FDLR rebel group on Monday, two months after his deportation from neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.

Rwanda honors those killed in genocide 25 years ago

Apr 08 2019

KIGALI Rwanda began a week of solemn ceremonies on Sunday to commemorate the lives of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus murdered during the Rwandan genocide, a three-month-killing spree that began 25 years ago. | Video

Rwanda's post-genocide guide keeps the memories alive

Apr 06 2019

(This version of the April 5th story corrects date in paragraph 2 to April 6 not April 7) | Video

Now grown up: the Rwandan genocide orphans who found a bigger family

Apr 04 2019

AGAHOZO SHALOM YOUTH VILLAGE, Rwanda Vincent de Paul Ruhumuriza was born in Rwanda just a few months before genocide consigned his father to an unknown grave and traumatized his mother so badly she still screams and shakes at any mention of that time. | Video

Boeing readies 737 MAX software fix as families wait for crash report

Mar 26 2019

SEATTLE/KIGALI Boeing Co will provide airlines that have bought the 737 MAX with free software upgrades, the U.S. manufacturer said on Monday, as Ethiopian Airlines told Reuters it expected a preliminary crash report this week or next. | Video

Spokesman of leading Rwandan opposition politician found dead

Mar 10 2019

KIGALI The spokesman for leading Rwandan opposition politician Victoire Ingabire has been found dead, a government official said on Sunday.

Rwanda accuses Uganda of supporting rebels

Mar 05 2019

KIGALI Rwanda on Tuesday accused Uganda of supporting rebel groups opposed to President Paul Kagame's government, amid a resurgence of hostility between the African neighbors.

Uganda and Rwanda trade accusations over border crossings dispute

Mar 01 2019

KAMPALA/KIGALI, March 1 Uganda accused Rwanda on Friday of blocking goods trucks and other vehicles from entering the country, and of stopping its nationals from crossing into Uganda amid a resurgence of hostility between the two African neighbours.

Rwanda signs $400 million deal to produce methane gas from 'Killer Lake'

Feb 05 2019

KIGALI Rwanda said on Tuesday it had signed a $400 million deal to produce bottled gas from Lake Kivu, which emits such dense clouds of methane it is known as one of Africa's "Killer Lakes".

Rwandan opposition figure says she won't be deterred by detention

Jan 26 2019

KIGALI Diane Rwigara says she will not let more than a year in detention derail her campaign against President Paul Kagame, the rebel-turned-statesman lauded for transforming the small African nation's economy but criticized for smothering dissent.

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