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Senior government officials that are being prosecuted for flouting laws in a multi-billion francs public tender on Friday, July 3 appealed against a 30-day remand that was handed to them by court last month.

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Infinix has unveiled new products on the Rwandan market as it steps up efforts to dominate the smartphone market. The NOTE 7and Hot 9 series were announced with powerful functions and exquisite design, both aiming to provide fresh consumer experiences by large screen.

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When the country was liberated on July 4, 1994, everything was in crumbles and every sector of the economy had to start from zero.

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Tito Rutaremara is a face and voice that most people associate with RPF-Inkotanyi and the struggle to liberate Rwanda. He was present and a participant when the idea to start the liberation journey kicked off in the 80s.

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As Rwanda celebrates Liberation Day, Rwandans of different age and professions share with The New Times what the day means to them, and what they celebrate on the day.

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Habyarimana’s oracles must have shown him that his grip over the country was slipping when he saw the kind of reception Kigalians gave his archenemy, the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF).

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On October 1, 1990, Rwandans, mainly youths born in exile and later joined by those from inside the country, embarked on a struggle to liberate the country from the bondage of a bad leadership that had condemned a large section of nationals to a perpetual life of refuge.

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When the country was liberated on July 1994, everything was in shambles; the economy was itself on its knees before it crumbled completely during the Genocide against the Tutsi.

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About nine years ago, Christelle Kwizera made the decision to join the RPF-Inkotanyi political party. At the time, the then teenager who was on her way to join university says that even at her young age, she knew so well that she wanted to align herself with people who not only talk but actually deliver.

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Rwandans across the country and around the world will Saturday, July 4, celebrate the 26th anniversary of the Liberation Day, which brought an end to the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994 and ushered in a new dawn for the country.

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Tito Rutaremara is a face and voice that most people associate with RPF-Inkotanyi and the struggle to liberate Rwanda. He was present and a participant when the idea to start the liberation journey kicked off in the 80s.

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It is now 26 years since Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF)-Inkotanyi stopped the Genocide against the Tutsi, effectively liberating the country. Every year, on July 4, the country marks Liberation Day – an opportunity to pay tribute to the gallant men and women who staked their all to liberate the country and free their people from decades of repression, forced exile and fascism.

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After completing secondary level education in 1989, Jules Gakwaya, now a truck driver, was unable to pursue higher education. “We didn’t have a variety of institutions to try our luck.

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It’s been 26 years since over one million people lost their lives in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The effects of the genocide still ripple through the daily lives of those who survived it.

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There is nothing as satisfying as seeing children born after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi burning with the fire of patriotism.

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Today is Liberation Day. This day twenty six years ago marks the beginning of a period of significant development in the history of Rwanda.

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Cycling is one of the sports disciplines that were hugely devastated by the Genocide against the Tutsi twenty-six years ago. Riders, coaches and administrators of the game are among the over one million people that were killed during the 100-day heinous atrocities.

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CHARLOTTE Nzayisenga is a household name that needs no introduction. The volleyball star has won it all in domestic volleyball and ranks among the very best in women’s beach volleyball on the continent.

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Gisèle Umumararungu, Rwanda’s former top-seed in women’s tennis, has said that she will be looking to impress in all competitions she will play once the local tennis season restarts in September.

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André Casa Mbungo has been appointed as the new head coach for Rwanda Premier League side Gasogi United on a contract that runs until the end of the 2020-21 season, the club announced on Friday.

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The Court of Appeal of Paris on Friday, July 3, dismissed the controversial case by former French Judge Jean-Louis Bruguière against nine senior Rwandan government officials.

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Inadequate honey production continues to limit the export of this natural and healthy sweet product from Rwanda to the European Union (EU) markets.

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Some 132 Rwandans who were recently deported from Uganda, on Wednesday completed a two-week Civic Education Training commonly known as 'Itorero'. The training took place at Nkumba Peace and Leadership Training Centre in Burera District, Northern Province.

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Inadequate honey production continues to limit the export of this natural and healthy sweet product from Rwanda to the European Union (EU) markets.

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