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Rwanda President Kagame Deports 18 Chinese Nationals

*Says you can’t eat from Africa and disrespect us One of the most revered Presidents in Africa, Paul Kagame of Rwandan has been trending currently on social media for what many refer to as an act of a true leader. Reports have it that, President Paul Kagame have ordered the deportation of

Will free trade be Africa’s economic game changer?

•The AfCFTA won’t start with a bang but could boost economic growth more than any other factor. Peter Fabricius  The ambitious African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) which technically enters into force on 30 May could be the game changer for Africa’s hitherto lackluster economy. Driven by Rwandan President Paul Kagame, the processof

Rwanda: A genocide forgiven, but not forgotten–3

•‘I didn’t really think that people could forgive me and my family’  Seif Kousmate Rwanda, 25 years Part 3 of a four-part series examining how Rwandans and the humanitarian community have moved on since the genocide that killed nearly one million people a quarter century ago.Also read part 1 and 2 With its tidy

Humanitarian Trends: Feeding Sudan, paying for aid, and Facebook mapping Africa

This is q weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe. On our radar Gentle reminder: Sudan’s humanitarian needs You may have heard that Sudan isn’t looking so stable at the moment. Protesters are still pushing back, now against continued military rule after long-time President Omar al-Bashir was ousted

Rwanda: Born into a legacy of genocide

•You may hear children say that the attackers “beat us or killed us” even if the children were not there’ MMaggie Andresen Rwanda, 25 years Part 1 of a four-part series examining how Rwandans and the humanitarian community have moved on since the genocide that killed nearly one million people a quarter

Rwanda remembers, quarter of a century after genocide

Jude Johnson with France24 Rwanda on Sunday commemorates the 25th anniversary of the genocide in which at least 800,000 mainly Tutsi people were beaten, hacked and shot to death in a hundred days of slaughter. A quarter of a century on, the east African nation has recovered economically but the trauma

Buhari, Kagame for EFCC anti-corruption marathon in Abuja

Jude Johnson President Muhammadu Buhari and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda are expected to flag-off the inaugural National Anti-Corruption Marathon. The marathon is organised by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Crimes (ICPC), Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) and Fair Play International, on Monday, December

She wanted to be president, but ended up jailed

Kara Fox and Edward Kiernan   Editor's Note:CNN is committed to covering gender inequality wherever it occurs in the world. This story is part of As Equals, a year-long series.    In the darkness of the Kigali night, Eric walks through a maze of cement homes crowned in corrugated metal. Using his phone he lights

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