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Chair of EAC Chiefs commends Rwandan police force on regional security

Chair of EAC Chiefs commends Rwandan police force on regional security

The Chairperson of the Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (EAPPCO), Ernest Quatre has lauded the Rwanda National Police (RNP) for being at the forefront in implementing the body’s resolutions Quatre, who is also the Local Commissioner of Seychelles Police Force said this on March 5, 2014 at the RNP headquarters in Kacyiru where he […]

African Police forces agree to cooperate on security threats

The third International Association of Police Chiefs (IACP) Sub-Saharan Africa Executive Policing conference which came to climax in Kigali on March 4, 2014 resolved that law enforcement agencies cooperate to effectively combat security threats like cybercrime, money laundering, terrorism, human and drug trafficking, fraud and proliferation and firearms. The conference, which brought together over 200 […]

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Regional countries in Rwanda to discuss security

Regional security organs discussing strategies to combat security in the region Regional countries such as Uganda and Kenya are in Rwanda to discuss issues revolving around security across the region. Their discussions focused on security threats such as war and terrorism including strategies needed to combat the threats. Rwanda’s Minister of Defense, James Kabarebe, while […]

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GIEWS indicates Rwanda’s improvement in food security

A study by Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS) in collaboration with Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) indicates that Food security has improved in Rwanda, leading to decline on staple food prices in Markets, following the new harvest season A— of September to February, 2013. The GIEWS March, 2013 report shows that stable food […]

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Rwanda, Burundi Police recite cross-border security

Rwanda and Burundi Police Forces met on January 9, 2013, in Huye District to assess the cross-border security situation in the two neighbouring countries, which has greatly improved in the recent past. The meeting presided over by Chiefs of Police from the two countries and attended by officers from the two forces and Rwanda Defense […]

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