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Graham Holliday

Congolese flee army's hunt for dissident general

May 03 2012

GISENYI, Rwanda Olive Kukamujeni does not know what fate met two of her children when a gun battle between Congolese troops and fighters loyal to a renegade general erupted in her home village.

Congolese flee army's hunt for dissident general

May 03 2012

GISENYI, Rwanda Olive Kukamujeni does not know what fate met two of her children when a gun battle between Congolese troops and fighters loyal to a renegade general erupted in her home village.

Rwanda economy to outpace 2011's growth - cbank

Apr 27 2012

KIGALI, April 27 Rwanda's economy is expected to grow faster this year compared to last due to reforms in its key agricultural and industrial sectors, which propelled its expansion in 2011, Central Bank Governor Claver Gatete said on Friday.

Rwanda's biggest bank to expand in Kenya, Uganda

Apr 27 2012

KIGALI, April 27 Bank of Kigali, Rwanda's biggest bank by assets, plans to expand by opening limited banking facilities in Kenya and Uganda this year after increasing its foothold in its home central African country, it said on Friday.

Rwanda genocide suspect deported from Canada

Jan 24 2012

KIGALI A Rwandan man charged with crimes against humanity has been deported from Canada and is due to arrive in the central African country overnight, Rwanda's justice minister said on Tuesday.

Arrested Rwandan generals led anti-smuggling drive

Jan 19 2012

KIGALI, Jan 19 Four senior Rwandan army officers arrested earlier this week were in charge of stopping the smuggling of minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo into Rwanda, a military spokesman said on Thursday.

U.N. genocide court moves first case home to Rwanda

Jan 16 2012

KIGALI The Tanzania-based U.N. war crimes tribunal for Rwanda has handed over prosecution material for the first case to be heard in Rwanda, its prosecutor said on Monday, adding that genocide defendants can now get a fair trial in their own country.

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