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This past week, there has been an outpouring of gratitude and pride among Rwandans. With good reason; it has been the anniversary of our liberation.

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APR men’s volleyball club have not graced Africa’s top competition since 2015 – making it a five-year absence on continental stage and six years since they clinched their last domestic league title.

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Lauren Russell Nkuranga, the founder of GET IT, a commercial food distribution service company based in Rwanda, says that investors still have appetite for the country despite Covid-19 pandemic.

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With ambitions of investing in renewable energy in Rwanda in the build-up to 2030, a new report has noted that the sector could lead to the creation of around 31,000 direct jobs every year.

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An extraordinary Cabinet meeting held mid-last month, resolved that hotels will be allowed to host gatherings, meetings and conferences.  The meeting also allowed domestic and international tourism for visitors traveling on chartered flights.

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When Abel Mutsinzi decided to switch careers from logistics to consultancy early this year, it did not come as easy as was imagined at the start.

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As a measure of mitigating economic and social consequences of the Covid-19, the budget for 2020/2021 fiscal year will focus on the government economic recovery plan to maintain the economic growth trend of the pre-Covid-19 period and in line with the National Strategy for Transformation 2017-2024 (NST1).

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Throughout the centuries, humanity has gained vast knowledge of various natural phenomena. From distant galaxies and black holes, through rare animal species and climate occurrences, to microscopic viruses and microbes, the sense of human control over life and nature has never been stronger.

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Last week two stories linked to Rwanda’s Covid-19 response made headlines.  The first one featured Rwanda on the list of 14 non-European countries, whose citizens and residents can travel to the European Union with effect from July 1, 2020.

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Fabrice and Maya Nzeyimana are a married couple that have dedicated their lives to serving God through singing. They have written and sung many songs together.

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Starting up a business and taking risks are often used loosely in the entrepreneurship world. Uncertainties around market, quality and demand of products or services are among the reasons why starting out new businesses is considered risky.

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On July 5, 2020 Uganda’s The New Vision published a story titled “Army pilot, policeman held over spying” in which it listed six officers of the army and police.

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Diplomats, members of international organisations based in Geneva and friends of Rwanda on Monday, July 6, joined the Rwandan Community in Switzerland and Austria in celebrating the 26th anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation.

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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday announced that an order that that entry into and out of Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera counties would be lifted on Tuesday at 4 am.

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We cannot achieve much if we do not work together for a common cause and towards a common goal, Rwanda's envoy to Uganda stressed over the weekend during an event to mark the 26th Liberation day.

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The Ministry of Education on Sunday, July, 5 announced the permanent closure of two more institutions of higher learning over quality issues.

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Israel successfully launched the Ofek 16 spy satellite into orbit early Monday morning, the Defense Ministry and Israel Aerospace Industries said in a joint statement.

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GENEVA, July 5 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday reported 212,326 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, the highest single-day increase since COVID-19 broke out.

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ADDIS ABABA, July 5 (Xinhua) -- At least 166 people were killed in Ethiopia after a popular singer's death sparked violent protests which resulted in riots in the country's Oromia region and capital Addis Ababa, police sources said Sunday.

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The RPF liberation would not have succeeded if it didn’t have a worthy moral cause. At the core of that cause was the desire to rescue Rwandans from a politico-military quasi-independent outfit that had, for 30 years, held them captive to the Belgian colonial era divide-and-rule philosophy of governance, with Dominique Mbonyumutwa and Gregoire Kayibanda fashioning themselves as the heirs to that philosophy and Juvenal Habyarimana posturing as its military custodian.

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World Health Organization (WHO) defines physical activity as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure, including activities undertaken while working, playing, carrying out household chores, travelling, and engaging in recreational pursuits.

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Okra, known in many English-speaking countries as ‘ladies’ fingers’ or ‘ochro’, is a flowering plant in the mallow family, and is also sometimes mistaken for a pepper plant.

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The Covid-19 pandemic created a massive impact on human health, causing many lifestyle changes. Over the past few months of lockdown, many found themselves eating more and more, possibly due to loneliness and anxiety, or just plain boredom.

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Chronic bronchitis is the most common cause for chronic cough, particularly in middle aged and elderly people. It occurs due to chronic inflammation of the medium and large airways of the lungs which transport air both ways in the lungs, and is part of the lung diseases grouped as COPD (chronic obstructive airways disease).

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