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Rwanda – USA: Congressmen mobilize for the Rwigara family Rwanda – USA: Congressmen mobilize for the Rwigara family

Several American Congressmen, both Democrats and Republicans, have been supporting Diane Rwigara and her mother Adeline Rwigara by using the hashtag… Read more

Rwanda: “which lesson have we learned?” Rwanda: “which lesson have we learned?”

On this Saturday the 21st of April 2018, Jambonews met with Didier Niyibizi, 36, survivor of the atrocities committed against the Hutu in April 1994… Read more

ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions

In a letter addressed to the UN Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), 8 persons acquitted from the International Criminal Tribunal… Read more

Rwandan refugees in Zambia under attacks by locals Rwandan refugees in Zambia under attacks by locals

Opinion piece submitted by Lionel Nishimwe Zambia has been and continues to be a haven of peace and a sanctuary for many Rwandan refugees and… Read more

Two Rwandan refugees deported from Zambia Two Rwandan refugees deported from Zambia

On December 28, 2015, the Zambian government deported two Rwandan nationals, Egide Rwasibo and Innocent Habumugisha, in controversial… Read more

Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part II Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part II

December 14, 2015 marked the end of the judicial activity of the United Nations’ International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) as its Chamber… Read more

Joyeuse Musabimana – A miss on a mission Joyeuse Musabimana – A miss on a mission

Joyeuse Musabimana is a 19-year-old Rwandan who is competing for the title of Miss East Africa in The Netherlands. Her goal is to challenge the… Read more

Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part I Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part I

December 14, 2015 marked the end of the judicial activity of the United Nations’ International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) as its Chamber… Read more

Dutch Supreme Court rules against extradition of genocide suspects Dutch Supreme Court rules against extradition of genocide suspects

On 27 November 2015, the Dutch Supreme Court in The Hague ruled against extraditing Jean-Baptiste Mugimba and Jean-Claude Iyamuremye to Rwanda… Read more

The anatomy of Rwanda’s judicial system according to Victoire Ingabire The anatomy of Rwanda’s judicial system according to Victoire Ingabire

It has been 5 years since oppositionist Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza was arrested in Rwanda. The President of the United Democratic Forces (UDF), who… Read more

Kisangani – MONUSCO and Congolese government planning to forcefully repatriate Rwandan refugees in secret Kisangani – MONUSCO and Congolese government planning to forcefully repatriate Rwandan refugees in secret

Blog – Diary of refugees Rwandan refugees in Kisangani MONUSCO and DRC government have confirmed that in recent days, several high level… Read more

Rwanda-Belgium: Kagame’s death squads identified in Belgium Rwanda-Belgium: Kagame’s death squads identified in Belgium

According to evidence published by Belgian newspaper Het belang van Limburg,there is credible evidence that Rwandan killer teams are currently active… Read more

News analysis

Rwanda – Rwigara case: An outlawed state Rwanda – Rwigara case: An outlawed state

The acquittal of Diane and Adeline Rwigara on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 is to be welcomed. The verdict in this long-awaited trial, pronounced only… Read more

Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two) Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two)

As of end of 2017, each household in Rwanda owed close to US$1,700 according to the amount contracted by the government with creditors on… Read more

Rwanda-DRC – Remembering the nameless: The Mapping Report Rwanda-DRC – Remembering the nameless: The Mapping Report

Thousands, if not millions, of Congolese and Rwandan innocent civilians lost their lives in mass killings that took place in the Democratic Republic… Read more

Opinion

Rwanda: What crimes were committed against the Hutus and Tutsis? Rwanda: What crimes were committed against the Hutus and Tutsis?

The crimes that were committed, mainly in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1 October 1990, against Rwandans, Hutus and Tutsis cannot… Read more

Pondering the RPF’s responsibility in the genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda Pondering the RPF’s responsibility in the genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda

Every year during the month of April, Rwandans, home or abroad, commemorate the tragic events that took place in their country in April 1994. … Read more

When Contested Narratives of Identity and Victimhood are Victims of Politics When Contested Narratives of Identity and Victimhood are Victims of Politics

Claudine Kuradusenge’s Response to ‘Denied Victimhood and Contested Narratives: The Case of Hutu Diaspora’ Talking or writing about Rwanda has… Read more

Economy

Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two) Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two)

As of end of 2017, each household in Rwanda owed close to US$1,700 according to the amount contracted by the government with creditors on… Read more

Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part One) Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part One)

Rwanda’s external debt increased from $900 million in 1994 to $1.7 billion in 2004. The country received crucial debt-relief in 2006 which… Read more

Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part One) Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part One)

The Vision 2020 development programme, published by the Rwandan Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning in July 2000 and then revised in 2012,… Read more

Justice

ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions

In a letter addressed to the UN Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), 8 persons acquitted from the International Criminal Tribunal… Read more

Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part II Closing interview with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) – Part II

December 14, 2015 marked the end of the judicial activity of the United Nations’ International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) as its Chamber… Read more

Dutch Supreme Court rules against extradition of genocide suspects Dutch Supreme Court rules against extradition of genocide suspects

On 27 November 2015, the Dutch Supreme Court in The Hague ruled against extraditing Jean-Baptiste Mugimba and Jean-Claude Iyamuremye to Rwanda… Read more

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