A team from Arup and Bechtel has joined charity Bridges to Prosperity and members of the local community to build a 64-metre pedestrian footbridge in Nyaruguru, South Rwanda.
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals launched an online multimedia exhibition giving insights into the suffering of children during the former Yugoslav wars and the Rwanda genocide.
Nonviolence can be a safe, effective and lasting way to defeat injustice, but like any other science it takes knowledge, courage and determination.
Members of the Senatorial Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Security, on October 4, visited Rwanda National Police (RNP) where they were received by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Emmanuel K. Gasana at the General Headquarters in Kacyiru.
Every year, thousands of people majority women and girls, fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad. Almost every country in the world is affected by trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims. Rwanda is no exception.
It is frightening to know how many things and habits can increase your cancer risk – things you’re exposed to on a daily basis.
AT least three people have died from cholera in western Uganda amid a shortage of medicines.
Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly drawn criticism from health and political activists after she allegedly donated used underwear to Zanu-PF party supporters in the eastern border city of Mutare.
Clashes have pitted an armed group previously known for migrant smuggling against the Operations Room to combat the Islamic State
A Training of Trainers (ToT) course on African Union peacekeeping and support operations started, yesterday, at the Police Training School (PTS) Gishari bringing together 25 police officers from Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda.
Police in Rulindo District rescued three illegal miners, who had been trapped in a concession after a weak cliff caved in.
Man is jailed for having sex with a DONKEY after witch doctor told him it would make him a stronger man
A South African man has been jailed for having sex with a donkey after a witch doctor told him it would make him stronger.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Thursday accused unnamed officials of his own party of trying to push him into retiring and likened them to the biblical betrayer Judas.
An Italian woman has married herself in a ceremony complete with white dress, three-layer wedding cake, bridesmaids and 70 guests.
He told her that he would “teach her how to kiss.”
Earlier today, the Fraser Institute published the 21st edition of its annual Economic Freedom of the World (EFW) report. The Canadian think-tank uses 42 data points across five different areas (size of government, legal/property rights, sound money, freedom to trade internationally and regulation) to rank the economic freedom of 159 countries and territories.
A delegation from Mali composed of members of the Central Office against illicit enrichment and members of Supreme Court, yesterday, visited Rwanda National Police (RNP) where they commended the force’s efforts in fighting corruption.
Police in Kigali is holding one Frank Mugisha, who was arrested impersonating migration personnel and defrauding unwitting people promising to get them travel documents.
Police were forced to fire tear gas to disperse NASA and Jubilee supporters after they clashed outside IEBC’s Anniversary Towers offices on Tuesday.
On Sunday, President Trump issued a presidential proclamation banning or restricting travel from eight countries — adding Chad, Venezuela and North Korea to the original list of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen.
The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) announced on 25 September that its Ugandan contingent had received 19 new combat vehicles from the United States and released photographs showing ACMAT Bastion armoured personnel carriers (APCs) branded as Mack products.
Lying on a well-worn mattress strapped onto a bicycle overloaded with household items, and pushed hastily by his older siblings, the little boy was fast asleep. He was exhausted from a punishing trek that families are forced to take to escape persistent tensions in several towns and villages in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC’s) conflict-hit Kasai region.
Police operations against theft and illegal sell of petroleum products conducted in Bugesera District, seized 39 jerrycans of diesel, about 780 litres.
France has assigned magistrates to investigate allegations that banking giant BNP Paribas was complicit in the 1994 genocide of the Tutsi minority in Rwanda, a source close to the case told AFP Monday.
An alleged gold smuggler was arrested in Sri Lanka with seven gold "biscuits" and six chains concealed inside his person.
Eman Ahmed had lost more than half her 78 stone body weight after stomach-shrinking surgery in India, paid for by crowdsourcing.
How much do you really know about the things that can go wrong with your heart throughout the course of your life?
A delegation of twenty-five members from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), on September 21, visited Isange One-stop centre to acquaint themselves with the psycho-social and legal services offered at the centre to victims of gender based violence and child abuse.
Police operations on different highways connecting the countryside to the capital have arrested 12 drivers, who attempted to bribe traffic officers after they were caught in varied traffic related offences.
Official claims refugees have been killed in South Kivu province’s Walungu during rioting
Sudan People’s Liberation Army and opposition forces fight in Northern Liech near Sudanese border
JOHANNESBURG - The very existence of embattled audit firm KPMG on Monday came into question as the commissioner of the SA Revenue Services (Sars) Tom Moyane said he had recommended to the government to blacklist the firm as the fallout over Sars “Rogue unit” report ensued unabated.
In the 2017 World Happiness Report by Gallup, African countries score poorly. Of the 150 countries on the list, the Central African Republic, Tanzania and Burundi rank as the unhappiest countries in the world.
RINGWOOD students have been forging links with communities in Peru and Rwanda.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Morgan Tsvangirai, has launched a court challenge against President Robert Mugabe’s recent declaration of voter registration dates, says a report.
Central African Republic president Faustin-Archange Touadera sacked his defence minister on Tuesday evening, according to a state radio broadcast, amid growing violence that threatens to spin the country out of control.
In August 2016, small but violent conflict erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s south-central Kasai region.
A Police operation in Muhima Sector of Nyarugenge District, on September 11, arrested three men in connection with illegally dealing in petroleum products
The United Nations human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, on Monday said the violence and injustice faced by the ethnic Rohingya minority in Myanmar, where U.N. rights investigators have been barred from entering, “seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”
Four Burundi nationals were arrested at Merire area along Isiolo-Marsabit Highway Tuesday.