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Rwanda Army Joins Battle Against Malaria

Rwanda Army Joins Battle Against Malaria

Rwanda’s Army has joined the fight against malaria that is increasingly claiming more people both in the country and in Africa. The Military is currently engaging different players in the health sector to harmonise efforts against the killer disease. The Army is coming in to utilize its resources which includes, doctors, logistical muscle and the […]

Hakizimana Rescued Before His Last Breath

Isaac Hakizimana’s father, Laurent Kamirindi, had been warned by Interahamwe that they would kill him. Acting on the warning, he started spending nights hiding in the bush. Then a week later, on April 7, 1994 the genocide began spreading wildly. Kamirindi, who lived near the Presidential Guards’ camp in Kimihurura, a suburb in Kigali city, divided his […]

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Remembering Politicians As Commemoration Week Ends

The Rwanda flag will tomorrow be raised to full mast and the country will return to normal business. Events for the commemoration of genocide against Tutsi end today. Rwandans and friends of Rwanda will gather at Rebero memorial site in Kicukiro district this evening where politicians were massacred during the genocide for going against bad […]

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Prevent Genocide ideology through publications— Education Minister

The Minister of Education Dr. Papias Musafiri urged Rwandans to engage in more publications about the history of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi as a means of fighting its ideology, spread through a similar way by the perpetrators. Dr. Musafiri was addressing staff from the ministry and affiliated institutions during the 22nd commemoration of […]

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Rwanda’s Maximum Security Prison Turns Into Museum

Rwanda’s largest and oldest maximum security prison, commonly known as 1930, will become a Museum by June this year. Kigali Central Prison, located in the heart of Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, is going to be a touristic site for both local and foreign visitors to learn more about the country through this historic facility. Kigali City […]

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Genocide Commemoration Starts As Kagame And Magufuli Light Flame Of Remembrance

President Paul Kagame and John Pombe Magufuli of Tanzania have today lit the flame of remembrance at the Kigali Genocide memorial site to officially start the 22nd commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi. The flame will light for a hundred days which signifies the dark period the genocide lasted. During this commemoration, the national […]

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Magufuli And Kagame Commission Rusumo Border Post

Tanzania’s president John Pombe Magufuli this morning drove all the way to the border with Rwanda in his first working visit outside the country since becoming president in November 2015. President Paul Kagame was at Rusumo border earlier in the day to welcome his counterpart. A red carpet was rolled down for president Magufuli who […]

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Magufuli Will Visit Rwanda Tomorrow

Tanzania President Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli will tomorrow, April 6, visit Rwanda-his maiden regional visit. KT Press has established that President Magufuli, who has made global headlines for his rapid leadership changes in the East African nation, will be in Rwanda for a two-day working visit. The visit will begin with his official opening of […]

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Watch Out, The Killers Are Still Out There

In December 2015, Jean Damascène Ndayambaje 36, a genocide survivor from Busoro sector in Nyanza district, Southern Rwanda, relocated to Nyagatare district in the East. He settled in Rutaraka cell on Gihorobwa hill where he farms to feed his family of three. Little did he know that he had come to live just next to […]

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Alain Juppe’s “genocides” In Rwanda

Alain Juppe – the man who was France’s Foreign Minister during the 1994 genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda, today came out saying that pinning the genocide on France is a “disgrace and historical falsification”. KT Press has obtained data from official engagements within the French government where Juppe was directly involved, evidence enough indicating that Paris […]

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