AviaDev Africa, a unique platform bringing together airlines, airports, and hotel and hospitality investors for the first time, is being launched this year in Rwanda.
The Independent presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi has said allegations that the plane carrying ballot papers from South Africa last week landed in Kigali en route to Entebbe Airport will be investigated.
It was believed that before the end of 2014, the Rwandan government together with the FDLR rebels were to come to a consensus or sit on a round table for peace talks but it was all in vain.
Emmanuel Dushimirimana, a resident of Nyankurazi of Kigarama Sector in Kirehe District, spent years doing and trafficking narcotic drugs. Recently, after years of nightmares and arrests, the 21-year old decided to quit and take a right direction.
The Rwanda National Police (RNP) enhanced campaigns against trafficking, sell and use of illicit drugs was on February 4 conducted in Groupe Scolaire Ruyumba in Kamonyi District where over 350 students were urged to desist temptations from anyone that would lure them into drug related crimes.
A confidential report to the United Nations Security Council accuses Rwanda of recruiting and training Burundian refugees with the goal of ousting Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza.
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) announced it has earmarked 10.8 million U.S. dollars to help refugees in Rwanda.
Investigators suspect the Al Shabaab militant group was behind a likely bomb blast that forced an Airbus A321 into an emergency landing this week in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, U.S. government sources said Wednesday.
Somalia has launched an investigation after a commercial plane made an emergency landing with a gaping hole in its fuselage in the capital, Mogadishu.
Residents of Rulindo District have been urged to refrain from acts of illegal mining which at times result into disasters.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) has handed over a vehicle to a Ugandan businessman, Moses Kananura Ndizeye, after it was intercepted in December last year following Interpol notice.
Three grenade explosions have rocked the capital of the troubled central African nation of Burundi.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) today Wednesday received the oath of Dr Ali Haji Kirunda Kivejinja the Uganda’s 3rd Deputy Prime Minister/DPM who is also the Minister for East African Community Affairs as an Ex-Official Member.
The French and US ambassadors called for tighter regional and global cooperation to fight the threat of jihadist attacks in Senegal and the broader West Africa region in separate statements issued Tuesday.
Tunisian forces have killed three suspected jihadists during an ongoing security sweep in the Gabes region in which one of their men was wounded, the interior ministry said on Tuesday.
The new commander of the UN Mission for Stabilization of Congo (MONUSCO) Gen. Derrick Mbuselo Mgwebi officially took over his office at the mission’s headquarters in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo).
The United Nations has started a five-day inspection of Rwandan police contingent of additional 70 officers to join United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
The two Rwanda National Police (RNP) female peacekeepers, who were killed in December last year while in line of duty in Haiti, have been given a heroes send-off in separate sorrowful ceremonies at Rusororo Cemetery.Their bodies were flown home separately.
Several people are feared dead in multiple explosions near the presidential palace in Mogadishu on Monday, government officials and witnesses said.
Moroccan police announced on Tuesday that they have arrested seven Islamic State (IS) linked suspects who were planning to join IS branch in Libya, the Moroccan Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Three Coptic students will face trial this week in Egypt for allegedly insulting Islam after they appeared in a video which showed them mocking Muslim prayers.
Gen. David Sejusa was remanded to Luzira Prison on Tuesday after being charged with insubordination, absence without official leave (AWOL) and participating in political party activities contrary to UPDF law.
Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president, Lazarus Chakwera, who is also leader of opposition in parliament. Is on a political tour of duty in United States.
Rwanda national Police has urged over 2000 youth from Kabaya catholic parish, in Ngororero district to ensure they stamp out crimes in their society especially gender based violence and drug abuse.
A police officer died on Sunday night after he was hit by a speeding motorist on Mombasa Road as he controlled traffic to pave the way for President Uhuru Kenyatta’s motorcade.
Rwandan president Paul Kagame recently confirmed that he will seek a third term in 2017 after more than 98% of Rwandans voted in a referendum to lift the presidential term limit.
National Heroes’ Day commemorates events that occurred after April 6, 1994, when Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana and the president of Burundi were killed when their airplane was shot down.
The Minister for Internal Security, Sheikh Mussa Fazil Harerimana, has cautioned all security supervisors of Rwanda Federation of Taxi-Moto operators (FERWACOTAMO) to always national security seriously in their day-to-day activities.
The District Police Commander (DPC) of Rulindo, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Felix Bizimana has appealed to residents to stand up jointly against all forms of crimes, but singled out drug abuse as one of those crimes that require immediate collective response.
The Rwanda National Police (RNP) countrywide environmental protection awareness campaign was extended to commercial cyclists in Gatsibo District on January 28 where they were challenged to reinforce the fight against environmental degradation.
A British helicopter pilot has been shot dead by elephant poachers in Tanzania, a conservation charity has said.
The United Nations released $18 million on Friday to Uganda to support the cost of hosting refugees fleeing regional conflicts, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said.
Chinese artistes impressed Rwandans by showcasing the charm of traditional Chinese art Thursday evening in Rwanda’s capital Kigali.
Two gunmen attacked the Imam Reza Mosque wearing suicide bomb vests during Friday prayers, killing four and injuring at least eighteen.
Burundi said it has the backing of other nations in refusing to accept an African Union (AU) peacekeeping force as leaders from across the continent met ahead of an unprecedented vote on the potential deployment of 5,000 troops to the crisis-hit country.
Residents of Kirehe District have been urged to highly embrace community policing initiatives as the best method to do away with the common tendencies related to trafficking and abuse of drugs in the area.
The Rwanda National Police (RNP) department of Traffic and Road Safety has yet again reminded public transporters to speed up the installation of speed governors to further prevent road traffic carnage especially those that are caused by high speed, and to avoid likely penalties that might arise of defiance.
The Uganda’s Electoral Commission body (EC) has this afternoon 28 Jan received the first consignment of ballot papers for presidential and parliamentary elections at Entebbe international airport as most Ugandans continue to count down to the real election day on 18 Feb.
Former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo pleaded "not guilty" to four charges of crimes against humanity on Thursday. Gbagbo made the plea as his high-profile trial at the International Criminal Court opened his morning, five years after devastating post-election violence in Cote d’Ivoire