[The New Humanitarian] Goma/Democratic Republic of Congo -The second-largest Ebola outbreak ever continues to spread, and health officials now say it’s likely to reach the populous city of Goma. Once there, the risk of it spreading beyond the Democratic Republic of Congo to Rwanda, South Sudan, or Uganda increases.
BY AFRICAN STANDARDS, Rwanda is an agricultural success story.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kamonyi, Rwanda -During the genocide as many as 10,000 people were killed daily.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARSafter the genocide, Rwanda is still an enigma. Its recovery in economic, social and psychological terms is hotly debated. Almost every aspect of the past and present is still argued over.
[East African] Mountain gorillas are raiding eucalyptus plantations outside Rwanda’s protected area in search of sodium.
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda yesterday accused Rwanda of engaging in a trade war by employing non-tax barriers to block Uganda exports and to prevent Rwandans from exporting to Uganda.
[New Times] Rwanda and Tanzania will continue strengthening bilateral ties as well as cooperating on further regional integration in the East African region, President Paul Kagame has said.
[East African] “Do you want to cross to Uganda and be mistreated? They will arrest and torture you.
[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that good governance has a role and responsibility to ensure that young Africans have a real stake in a bright future on their continent.
[New Times] This year’s gathering will highlight Rwanda as a guest country and will showcase Rwanda’s progress in the tourism and agriculture sector.