Continued international support has allowed Rwanda’s President Kagame to target political rivals and independent voices with impunity.
President Emmanuel Macron says he was born after the end of colonialism and wants that to dictate policy, but is it just lip service?
A 600-page report commissioned by Rwanda government, based on 250 witnesses, diplomatic cables, documentaries, videos, and articles, says France holds responsibility for “enabling a foreseeable genocide” in which 800,000 people were slaughtered.
Remembering genocides and mass atrocities matters for survivors, for victims and it concerns us all.
French outlet Mediapart has revealed how Paris ordered Rwandan war criminals involved in the 1994 genocide to escape.
Rwanda says it has arrested Paul Rusesabagina – the man who was hailed a hero in a Hollywood movie about the country's 1994 genocide – on terrorism charges and paraded him in front of the media in handcuffs.
Paris appeals court approves transfer of Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga to a UN body to be tried in Tanzania. Kabuga, once one of Rwanda's richest men, was indicted by a tribunal in 1997 on seven counts, including genocide.
The Rwandan Embassy has taken exception to an article published in TRT World. This is a rebuttal from the Rwandan Ambassador to Turkey, His Excellency Williams Nkurunziza.
Juvenal Musabimana, also known by his nom de guerre Jean-Michel Africa, killed alongside four of his bodyguards following a firefight in Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province, army officials say.
As both Burundi and Rwanda mark 57 years of independence on July 1, how have two countries that share so much found themselves in such radically different situations?
As Rwanda marked 25 years since its devastating genocide last Sunday, here's a critical look at the country's president Paul Kagame, whose leadership is often hailed as an African success story.
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