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RWANDA EVACUATED 23 NATIONALS FROM LIBYA

  In the afternoon of March 2nd, the Rwandair flight WB103 landed on Kigali International Airport from Dar-Es-Salaam with 23 Rwandans evacuated from Libya accompanied by the Honorary Consul for Rwanda in Istanbul, Mr. INANC CIFTICI. On behalf of the Government of Rwanda, Mr. KABAKEZA Joseph the Director General of Diaspora accompanied by the president of Diaspora global network welcomed the team and stressed that all Goverm

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Rwanda prosecution revealed the sources of grenades attacks

Monday 28th February 2011, 29 men accused of being behind the series of grenade attacks around the country were, arraigned before the Nyarugenge Intermediate Court to defend their application for bail. A big part of the suspected group divulged their  direct involvement in executing the attacks and disturbances, and other claimed to have prior knowledge of the attacks, but weren’t directly involved in the execution.   “The

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Rwanda - a ‘champion’ of regional ICT development

ICT development is for the benefit of all COMESA’s people and Rwanda is willing to support all projects with this in mind. This was the key message given by Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Hon. Louise Mushikiwabo, during the signing of MoU agreement between the Government of Rwanda and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) on February 22, 2011.    The agreement announced Rwanda’s hosting

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RWANDA HAS MANY THINGS TO SHARE WITH THE REST OF THE WORLD- Dr. Philonilla UWAMARIYA Thiam

Since 6 to 11 February 2011,  Dakar hosted the 11th edition of the WSF (World Social Forum), the largest gathering of anti- globalization movements. The first forum of this kind was held in Brazil in 2001 and organized at the same time with the World Economic Forum in Davos, marking the birth of the global justice movement. Since then, hundreds of thousands of leaders and activists, representing various organizations from different par

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