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Rwanda: Former ICTR Assistant Investigator Ntirugiribambe abducted in Nairobi Rwanda: Former ICTR Assistant Investigator Ntirugiribambe abducted in Nairobi

Jean Chrysostome Ntirugiribambe, former legal Assistant Investigator at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, was violently… Read more

Families of Spanish victims request trial against Karenzi Karake Families of Spanish victims request trial against Karenzi Karake

Relatives of the Spanish nationals who lost their lives in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo have released a statement calling for a trial… Read more

Burundi: what is happening ? Burundi: what is happening ?

Following the candidacy of current President Pierre Nkurunziza for the next presidential elections, Burundi’s political climate has increasingly… Read more

Commemoration of Kibeho camps massacres Commemoration of Kibeho camps massacres

Newsflash – On this 22nd of April, Jambo ASBL in cooperation with Global Campaign for Rwandan Human Rights (GCRHR) have launched an awareness… Read more

International Women’s Day – A thought for Kivu’s mothers and daughters

Across the world, the 8th of March marks a global celebration in honour of womanhood as International Women’s Day. However, globally, women are… Read more

Dutch experts warn against extradition of Rwandans Dutch experts warn against extradition of Rwandans

In a letter published in NRC Handelsblad, a Dutch Newspaper,on December 18th2014, Dutch experts warned State Secretary of Security and Justice, Fred… Read more

International Criminal Court’s Landmark Case Against Kenyan President Collapses International Criminal Court’s Landmark Case Against Kenyan President Collapses

Two months after Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta reported to the International Criminal Court where His Excellency stood accused of committing Crimes… Read more

President Kagame’s visit to London:  less cheer and more disapproval President Kagame’s visit to London: less cheer and more disapproval

On October 20th and 21st, Rwandan President Paul Kagame visited London where he attended the Global African Investment Summit and spoke at the… Read more

IBUKA genocide survivors call on BBC to stop broadcasting Rwanda’s Untold Story IBUKA genocide survivors call on BBC to stop broadcasting Rwanda’s Untold Story

A group of Rwandan genocide survivors gathered in front of BBC headquarters this 12th of October in protest against BBC’s documentary titled… Read more

“Rwanda uses the husband to break Ingabire” “Rwanda uses the husband to break Ingabire”

On Friday 26th of September, Lin Muyizere, husband of jailed opposition leader Victoire Ingabire, received a letter from the Dutch Immigration… Read more

Rwanda – The Netherlands: Victoire Ingabire’s husband charged with crimes of genocide Rwanda – The Netherlands: Victoire Ingabire’s husband charged with crimes of genocide

Lin Muyizere was accused by the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Services (IND)  for  involvement in crimes of genocide committed in Kigali,… Read more

Newsflash – US demands impartial investigation on corpses of Lake Rweru Newsflash – US demands impartial investigation on corpses of Lake Rweru

Jen Psaki, US Department Spokesperson The United States has called for an urgent investigation of the corpses found floating in Lake Rweru…. Read more

News analysis

Rwanda: Looking beyond economic growth numbers (Part II)

  The significant economic growth that Rwanda has been recording in the past decades has been the centrepiece of the country’s… Read more

20 years post-genocide: A society wounded by its past and present

20 years since the Rwandan genocide atrocities and 24 years since the start of the Rwandan war, the Rwandan society -in and outside Rwanda- is still… Read more

Victoire: Four years after the return of an icon – Part III Victoire: Four years after the return of an icon – Part III

In January 2010, Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza, Chair of the Rwandan opposition party UDF-Inkingi, left The Netherlands after 16 years of exile and… Read more

Opinion

20 years post-genocide: A society wounded by its past and present

20 years since the Rwandan genocide atrocities and 24 years since the start of the Rwandan war, the Rwandan society -in and outside Rwanda- is still… Read more

Uganda: Away with unnatural, unafrican and ungodly beasts of the forest

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed a hostile anti-gay law last 24th of February. The LGBT community mourned and the international community… Read more

Miss Rwanda 2014 – Shame or Worrying ?

Miss Rwanda has thus far been a little known contest. However, a recent video taken during the selection process – more specifically, selections… Read more

Economy

Rwanda: Looking beyond economic growth numbers (Part II)

  The significant economic growth that Rwanda has been recording in the past decades has been the centrepiece of the country’s… Read more

The Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo Conflict:  A long running fiasco and its lessons for regional policy makers The Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo Conflict: A long running fiasco and its lessons for regional policy makers

The conflict in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has severely damaged social and economic development in Kivu, a region in the DRC… Read more

Rwanda birth control – Is Malthus back?

I was just 6 years old when Malthus appeared in Rwanda, a ghost most people felt without really seeing him. In fact, in 1994, Malthus visited Rwanda… Read more

Justice

Rwandan genocide trials in Western courts: what is really happening? Rwandan genocide trials in Western courts: what is really happening?

Since the exodus of Rwandans to European countries that started from the early 1990’s, over 20 Rwandans have been investigated in Belgium, about 15… Read more

Rwanda: Former Aide to Victoire Ingabire Refuses to Falsely Testify

Olivier Rukundo, a Rwandan PhD student in China will soon see his scholarship terminated, his new Rwandan passport request denied. His own embassy… Read more

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