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The US has shifted its position on Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, no longer viewing them as inconsistent with international law.

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The International Fairs and Promotions (IFP) Group, one of the largest organisers of trade exhibitions in the Middle East, has announced its debut on the local market.

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At the first occasion to showcase his products in China last year, a young entrepreneur, Dieudonne Twahirwa, signed an agreement with a Chinese company called GK International Enterprises.

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Infrastructure financing in Africa registered a rise of 24 per cent in 2018, surpassing $100 billion for the first time, the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) announced on Tuesday, November 18, 2019, through a statement.

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Rwanda and other 53 African nations have been invited to attend the Africa-France Summit slated to take place from June 4-6, 2020 in Bordeaux, France.

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Espoir basketball team Head coach Jean Bahufite wants his side to develop again the culture of winning trophies as it was before.

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The ordinary meeting of the Summit of East African Community Heads of State,, which had been slated for later this month has been postponed to a later date in January or February 2020.

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A few years ago, the mere mention of “Made in Rwanda” would conjure images of the woven baskets or Akabanga, the famous hot chili oil that accompanies many meals.

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AMAVUBI midfielder, Djihad Bizimana is optimistic the national side still has a chance of qualifying for the Total 2021 Africa Cup of Nations  despite losing 1-0 against Cameroon on Sunday at Kigali Stadium.

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The 2nd edition of the U-15 Cricket Tournament will get underway on Monday 25th to Friday 29th November 2019 at Kicukiro Oval and Gahanga Cricket Stadium,  according to Rwanda Cricket Association (RCA).

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More than 29,000 youth have graduated from “Huguka Dukore Akazi Kanoze (HDAK) Project” run by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Education Development Center.

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This week, hundreds of Rwandans will flock the annual ‘Made in Rwanda’ trade fair to shop their favorite locally-made products and services.

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Farmers grouped in COOTHEMUKI – a cooperative of tea growers in Muganza and Kivu sectors of Nyaruguru District – are grappling with repaying a Rwf3 billion loan that they owe the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD).

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The government and members of the private sector are seeking to increase the involvement of the United Arab Emirates in the Rwandan economy and have gone on a charm offensive at the ongoing 2019 Global Business Forum Africa.

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The Nyarugenge Primary Court has granted bail to former minister Robert Bayigamba, saying there were no strong grounds that link him to the fraud-related crimes he stands accused.

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President Paul Kagame on Monday arrived in Berlin, Germany where he joined other African leaders for the G20 Compact with Africa Investment Summit.

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Hosted by the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE), an initiative of Partners in Health, the 2019 Women Leaders in Global Health (WLGH19) conference last weekend in Kigali that convened over 1000 participants.

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Anyone in Rwanda who has domesticated a grey crane has until December to return the iconic bird to the wild or face legal action.

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Rwandan twins born at 24 weeks (approximately 5 months) in July this year at King Faisal Hospital Kigali have managed to defy the odds to become the first babies in the country to survive having been born so premature.

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On a rainy evening on November 17, Kigali Genocide Memorial hosted a theatrical piece dubbed, Ejo n’ejobundi, loosely translated ‘yesterday, and after tomorrow.

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The ongoing violence in DR Congo’s eastern region of Minembwe and surrounding areas is part of systematic decades-long hostilities against Banyamulenge and other Rwandofone communities in the neighbouring country, several experts and activists have said.

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Carnegie Mellon University-Africa (CMU-Africa) new facility is complete and ready for relocation, administration has announced. The Rwf9bn facility to be launched this week is part of Kigali Innovation City located in Masoro-Munini, Gasabo District at the outskirts of Kigali City.

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The general public has been given until December to have returned all captive cranes back to the wild or legal actions may be taken against those who resist doing so.

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Rwandan twins born at 24 weeks (approximately 5 months) in July this year at King Faisal Hospital Kigali have managed to defy the odds to become the first babies in the country to survive having been born at such a tender age.

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A community-based programme meant to occupy and educate primary and secondary students who are on holidays, known as ‘Intore mu Biruhuko’, was launched on Saturday in Gatsibo District.

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