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The African Union has a new man at the helm

The African Union’s new leader, Paul Kagame has promised change. At his first summit as chairman, he along with leaders from 55 member states discussed how to reform the regional body. So can the African union be as effective as it so desperately wants to be? Aadel Haleem reports.

Has the African Union been successful in its mission?

Has the African Union been successful in its mission?

Rwanda's Ambassador says the Forces that Orchestrated the Genocide in 1994 Still Exist

Rwanda's Ambassador says the Forces that Orchestrated the Genocide in 1994 Still Exist

Paul Kagame’s Rise | Bigger Than Five

Paul Kagame’s Rise | Bigger Than Five

Behind Rwanda’s Continued Tensions with the DRC, Uganda and Burundi | Rwanda Genocide Special

Behind Rwanda’s Continued Tensions with the DRC, Uganda and Burundi | Rwanda Genocide Special

Bulgarian voters seek change as country holds fourth election in two years

Bulgarian voters seek change as country holds fourth election in two years

Florida counts cost of Hurricane Ian

Florida counts cost of Hurricane Ian

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

Putin moves to illegally annex four regions of eastern Ukraine

Putin moves to illegally annex four regions of eastern Ukraine

Suicide attack kills students in a tutoring center in Kabul

Suicide attack kills students in a tutoring center in Kabul

Europe seeks alternatives to Russian gas as winter season nears

Europe seeks alternatives to Russian gas as winter season nears

Florida ravaged by Hurricane Ian

Florida ravaged by Hurricane Ian

Arab alliance splits ahead of Israeli elections

Arab alliance splits ahead of Israeli elections

World Nomad Games back after two-year break

World Nomad Games back after two-year break

Putin signs decrees, paving way to annex Kherson, Zaporizhzhia

Putin signs decrees, paving way to annex Kherson, Zaporizhzhia

Suu Kyi, Australian economist detained since last year's coup

Suu Kyi, Australian economist detained since last year's coup

British PM defends tax cuts despite tumbling pound

British PM defends tax cuts despite tumbling pound

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