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EU-Rwanda plan : Another short-sighted answer to Libya migration crisis

16/08 | After deadly airstrikes and attacks on migrant detention centres in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, the European Union has come up with a new (...)

We can’t stop Congo’s Ebola outbreak until communities lead the response

1er/08 | One year into the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the epidemic is accelerating. There have been more new cases (...)

Mental health - the lasting scars of crisis

12/07 | Mental scars from conflict and crises may linger for years, holding back the recovery of individuals and whole communities. (...)

Rwanda, part 4 : The ‘reconciliation villages’ where genocide survivor and perpetrator live side (...)

20/05 | For Tutsis who survived the Rwanda genocide or watched as their loved ones were slaughtered or raped, reconciling with the Hutu (...)

Rwanda, part 3 : A genocide forgiven, but not forgotten

19/04 | With its tidy streets, buzzing nightclubs, and economic opportunities, Rwanda is considered to be one of Africa’s most promising (...)

Rwanda, part 2 : What humanitarians need to remember 25 years on

8/04 | The 1994 Rwandan genocide led to soul-searching among the diplomatic, human rights, and humanitarian communities. The aid response was (...)

Rwanda, part 1 : Born into a legacy of genocide

5/04 | On Sunday Rwanda is marking the 25th anniversary of the genocide, commemorating the lives of nearly one million people, mostly Tutsis, (...)

Prison or deportation : The impossible choice for asylum seekers in Israel

31/01 | Just two months from now, the Israeli government says it will begin indefinitely imprisoning asylum seekers who refuse deportation. (...)

The Grinch’s not-so-festive guide to food ration cuts

27/12 | Across much of the world, the festive season is a time of indulgence. But what if you’re too busy fleeing violence and upheaval, or (...)

Rwandans feel the pinch as Burundi fallout hits home

5/10 | Walking through Kimironko market in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, you wouldn’t necessarily realise its traders were struggling. (...)


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Ibuka, Prosecution Welcome Arrest of Genocide Suspect Joseph Mugenzi

  28/10 | [New Times] Ibuka, the umbrella organization of Genocide survivors associations, and the National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) (...)

Rwanda Fully Supports UN Reform for Efficiency, Transparency - Biruta

  28/10 | [New Times] Rwanda fully supports the UN reform process launched by the Secretary General in order to make the organization more (...)

Rwanda : School Fees Controversies Escalate as Academic Year Resumes

  28/10 | Boarding students will start traveling back to school to kick off the second term effective Thursday, October 29. This concludes the (...)

Delayed Execution of Judgements Dominate New Ombudsman Report

  28/10 | [New Times] The Ombudsman Anastase Murekezi will on Tuesday afternoon present his 2019/2020 activity report to members of both chambers (...)

Five Startups Selected for Seedstars Pitch in Kigali

  28/10 | [New Times] Five up-and-coming tech startups from Rwanda are set to pitch this Wednesday, October 28 at an online Seedstars Kigali (...)

Catholic Faithful React to Archbishop Kambanda's Appointment as Cardinal

  28/10 | [New Times] The Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Rwanda, Msgr. Antoine Kambanda, was Sunday October 25 elevated to the level (...)
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