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Man who Inspired ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Movie Kidnapped in Dubai, Daughter Claims.

Man who Inspired ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Movie Kidnapped in Dubai, Daughter Claims.

FEATURED, Latest News, Politics, Rwanda
Paul Rusesabagina — the man whose heroism in saving more than 1,200 people from genocide inspired the 2004 movie “Hotel Rwanda” — was kidnapped while in Dubai, his daughter claimed Tuesday. Carine Kanimba our reporter that her 66-year-old dad travelled last week from the US to Dubai, where she alleged he was abducted and taken to Rwanda’s capital, Kigali. Rwandan authorities said they arrested Rusesabagina on charges that he is the “founder, leader and sponsor of violent, armed, extremist terror outfits.” The authorities cited “international cooperation” in apprehending him but didn’t provide additional details or say where he was arrested. During the Rwandan genocide in 1994, Rusesabagina, a Hutu, sheltered refugees in the luxury hotel he managed, saving them from the violenc...
‘Very Happy for Arsenal!’ – Rwanda President Kagame celebrates Community Shield win

‘Very Happy for Arsenal!’ – Rwanda President Kagame celebrates Community Shield win

FEATURED, Rwanda, SPORTS
The East African Country’s President hailed the latest achievement by his beloved Gunners after winning a second trophy in August Rwanda President Paul Kagame has celebrated Arsenal’s latest achievement to win another trophy in England. The Gunners won their second trophy in August as the FA Cup winners beat Premier League champions Liverpool 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Community Shield on Saturday. Just 28 days after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice to sink Chelsea 2-1 at Wembley, the Gunners triumphed in the new season's curtain-raiser in London. Mikel Arteta's side were forced to do it the hard way, with Takumi Minamino's first Liverpool goal having cancelled out Aubameyang's 12th-minute op...
Rwanda’s Kagame Appoints First Woman Director of Intelligence

Rwanda’s Kagame Appoints First Woman Director of Intelligence

FEATURED, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
Ms Nkuranga, 40, has served in the Rwanda National Police (RNP) for over 10 years, rising steadily through the ranks. Prior to her new appointment, she served as the Commissioner for Cooperation and Protocol, and was the only woman in the Police Command Structure made up of 36 senior police officers Rwanda's President Paul Kagame on Wednesday appointed Lynder Nkuranga as the Director of External Intelligence, becoming the first woman to be named to the post.The position, under the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), has previously been exclusively held by military men as with most top positions in the army and police. She replaces Col (Rtd) Anaclet Kalibata, who also served as the country's long-serving director-general of the Emigration and Immigration till 2018.Ms ...
20 years under Rwanda’s Paul Kagame

20 years under Rwanda’s Paul Kagame

FEATURED, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda, Tourism
President Paul Kagame marks 20 years at the helm of Rwanda. He's praised by some as a pioneer for women's rights and environmentalism but criticized by others for his iron grip on power — which could last a while still. Kigali City It's no coincidence that the first "Made in Africa" smartphone comes from Rwanda: The Mara Phone is manufactured in an industrial area in the capital Kigali, just down the road from a Volkswagen plant. The German carmaker is one of many investors in the small East African country, where VW offers an e-mobility service and bolts cars together for the African market. The economic recovery of Rwanda after the 1994 genocide that killed more than a million ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus has gone into the history books as a success story —&nbs...
Rwanda seeks arrest of genocide suspect living in France

Rwanda seeks arrest of genocide suspect living in France

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Rwandan prosecutors have issued an arrest warrant for a former official suspected of being among the architects of the country's genocide. Aloys Ntiwiragabo was recently found living in Orleans, south of Paris. Prosecutors in Rwanda on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant for top spy chief Aloys Ntiwiragabo who is under investigation for his part in the country's 1994 genocide. A team from French investigative news site Mediapart found the 72-year-old living in Orelans, about 110 kilometers (70 miles) south-southwest of Paris. "We have issued an international arrest warrant against Aloys Ntiwiragabo, the genocide suspect. We have investigated his case and we are working with the French unit in charge of combating war crimes and crimes against humanity," Prosecutor General Aimable H...
Kabuga ‘could be transferred to Arusha this year’

Kabuga ‘could be transferred to Arusha this year’

FEATURED, GOSSIP, Politics, Rwanda
The alleged financier of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, arrested in France after 25 years on the run, will be transferred to the war crimes tribunal in Arusha, Tanzania, once conditions allow it, a judge in The Hague has ruled. The judge was replying to a request for Felicien Kabuga to be temporarily transferred to The Hague given travel restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. Described as Africa's most wanted man, Kabuga has been held in a French jail since his May 16 arrest at his home outside Paris. Kabuga was indicted by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 1997 on seven counts, including genocide, incitement to genocide and crimes against humanity. The tribunal, headquartered in Arusha, Tanzania, formally closed in 2015 and its duties were t...
Huawei Uganda announces Seeds for the Future Program 2020 edition despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Huawei Uganda announces Seeds for the Future Program 2020 edition despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Education, FEATURED, Latest News, Rwanda, TECH
By Keefa Nuwahereza Huawei to train top ICT Ugandan Students Online through the newly launched Sky Seeds for the Future.  Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, has announced the 2020 edition Seeds for the Future Program known as the “Sky Seeds for the Future” despite the Covid-19 pandemic. The announcement was made by the Public Relations Manager Ms Lina Cao who emphasized that the company shall carry out the program this year through online/e-learning platforms. President Museveni flags off the 2016 Seeds for the Future. Ms Cao encouraged universities in Uganda to recommend their students to take advantage of the world class training program aimed at equipping and nurturing students through exposing them to the latest industry technology trends. Hon. Fr...
GLOBAL Coaches Ltd

GLOBAL Coaches Ltd

Business, FEATURED, NEWS, Rwanda
NOTICE  The management of GLOBAL Coaches Ltd has come to learn of a false statement regarding the closure of our operations due to a rise in the Covid19 cases around the country. This is to inform our esteemed clients and general public to treat those messages as falsehoods. GLOBAL COACHES is committed to providing high class passenger services while following the SOP's and guidelines against Covid19.  We shall therefore be conducting our operations as per the existing guidelines until advised otherwise by the government of Uganda. Thank you for your support.  Management, Global Coaches Global Coaches Kampala To Mbarara Contacts, Booking, Offices, Tickets & Timetable Global Coaches Company Limited is a passenger transportation company which is based in...
Rwanda Recorded 200 Coronavirus Cases on Sunday

Rwanda Recorded 200 Coronavirus Cases on Sunday

FEATURED, Health, NEWS, Rwanda
Rwanda recorded 200 coronavirus cases on Sunday, the highest number in a single day since it reported its first case in March. Most of the new cases were reported in the capital, Kigali. The country now has more than 3,000 cases of the virus, with almost 1,000 of them recorded in the last two weeks. The fatalities from the virus are now at 12. Last week, two biggest markets in the capital were closed for one week. The rising cases have led to concerns on the possibility of new restrictions being imposed in the capital. Rwanda was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to impose total lockdown after confirming its first cases. The country recently reopened for tourism, but schools remain closed and mass sports and non-virtual entertainment activities remain banned...

25- Year Old is Behind Mali’s Coup!

FEATURED, Rwanda
The masterminds of Mali's coup that ousted President Ibrahim Keïta on Tuesday include the deputy head of a military camp and a French-trained general. BBC Monitoring has profiled three high-ranking military leaders thought to have played key roles in the coup. 1. Col Malick Diaw Col. Malick Diaw, the number one behind the Mali Coup. He is the deputy head of the Kati camp where the mutiny started. There is very little information about him apart from reports that he recently returned from training in Russia. He stood next to Air Force deputy chief of staff Col-Major Ismael Wagué who read a statement on Wednesday on behalf of the junta to announce the military takeover. "Colonel Diaw is believed to be the leader of the mutiny at Kati camp, 15km [nine miles] from Bamakoi...
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