The daughter of a pastor in Rwanda has been charged with treason and espionage after being detained for more than a month. Jackie Umuhoza’s family insist the charges are fabricated and despite having been held since late November and charged
A court in Belgium has convicted 71-year-old Rwandan official Fabien Neretse on charges of genocide over his involvement in the 1994 atrocity that killed an estimated 800,000 people.
Rwanda’s economic success since emerging from the horrors of ethnic genocide in 1994 has been staggering. President Paul Kagame has steered the country out of crisis and guided it into a new age of stability and economic promise. In 1994,
Officials from Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach agreement on a range of bilateral disputes on Saturday.
Qatar Airways has agreed to take a 60 percent stake in a new $1.3 billion international airport set to be built in the Bugesera district, roughly 25km southeast of the capital, Kigali.
A third group of refugees evacuated from detention centres in Libya have arrived in Rwanda.
The European Union (EU) will provide Rwanda with €10.3 million to support life-saving resettlement of African refugees in Libya.
Former Rwandan official Fabien Neretse went on trial in Belgium on Monday, charged with his involvement in the 1994 genocide that killed an estimated 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus.
Pan-African conglomerate Mara Group has launched the first two “Made in Africa” smartphones in Rwanda.
Rwanda has charged 25 men linked to rebel group, the Rwanda National Congress (RNC), with treason and other crimes.