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Rwanda’s Foreign Minister says the report of UN Group of Expert is made of fabricated lies

Today the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Government Spokesperson Louise Mushikiwabo told journalists the UN Group of Expert report on DRC is made of fabricated lies. It was in a press conference to brief the media on the rebuttal Rwanda presented to the UN Security Council reacting on that report. Minister Mushikiwabo said that the report of Group of Experts is full of false allegations.

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Rwandan Youth Living Abroad to Work towards a Bright Future

Kigali, July 30th, 2012- Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien HABUMUREMYI 0fficially opened the 5th “ITORERO” ,“Civic training” , for Rwandan Youth living abroad aged between 18 and 35 years. Over 258 Rwandans Youth have attended this “ITORERO”, at Gako Military Academy. This “ITORERO” was named “INDANGAMIRWA”

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North American Diaspora organise Rwanda Day

More than 3000 Rwandans from all over North America are expected to travel to Chicago next week for Rwanda Day. Organised by the North American Rwanda Diaspora community and themed ‘Agaciro. Our Heritage.Our Future,’ this two-day event is a chance for both Rwandans living in the Diaspora and Friends of Rwanda to learn about the progress Rwanda has made over the past 17 years, the importance of Rwanda’s rich heritage, Agaciro, in the country’s jou

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Diaspora youth to convene in London

Rwandan Diaspora youth living in Europe will from July 17 – 22 convene at St Edmund, Suffolk in London, United Kingdom, to discuss the challenges and share experiences on the country’s development.   This is the second national youth camp (Itorero Ry’Igihugu). The first took place last year in Belgium and was attended by over 100 youth from across Europe.  The chairman of the Rwanda Community Association (RCA) in the U

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