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[Photos] The African passport with 5 language inscriptions

The passport are currently issued to Heads of States and diplomats and is believed to have high security features. The first recepients were Chairperson of the African Union, Idris Deby Itno and Rwand

The passport are currently issued to Heads of States and diplomats and is believed to have high security features. The first recepients were Chairperson of the African Union, Idris Deby Itno and Rwand

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African passport launched, Idris Deby & Paul Kagame get first copies

The African passport has finally been launched and the first two copies issued at the 27th African Union (AU) summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.

The African passport has finally been launched and the first two copies issued at the 27th African Union (AU) summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.

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Rwanda calls time on genocide courts

Rwanda has officially closed its village courts set up to deal with up to a million suspects accused of being involved in the country’s 1994

Rwanda has officially closed its village courts set up to deal with up to a million suspects accused of being involved in the country’s 1994

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French u-turn on Rwandan assassination

A plane carrying the Rwandan president in 1994 was shot down by his own troops, according to a French judge. The latest inquiry into Juvenal

A plane carrying the Rwandan president in 1994 was shot down by his own troops, according to a French judge. The latest inquiry into Juvenal

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French court clears Kagame

A probe in France has overturned 16 years of pointing the finger of blame at Rwanda’s Tutsi rebels for killing the former president in 1994 and

A probe in France has overturned 16 years of pointing the finger of blame at Rwanda’s Tutsi rebels for killing the former president in 1994 and

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Rights campaigners arrested as Kagame visits Paris

In France, around 25 media rights campaigners were arrested on Tuesday outside the Paris hotel of Rwandan President Paul Kagame. Police began

In France, around 25 media rights campaigners were arrested on Tuesday outside the Paris hotel of Rwandan President Paul Kagame. Police began

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Kagame says Rwanda and France "looking to future"

In what is being described as a turning of the page in mutual relations, the President of Rwanda has made his first official visit to Paris since his

In what is being described as a turning of the page in mutual relations, the President of Rwanda has made his first official visit to Paris since his

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Kagame on track for a second term in Rwanda

In Rwanda, all the indications are that President Paul Kagame has won a second seven-year term in office. Initial results suggest it is a

In Rwanda, all the indications are that President Paul Kagame has won a second seven-year term in office. Initial results suggest it is a

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Kagame edges closer to Rwandan election win

Rwanda’s incumbent president Paul Kagame is set for another seven-year term according to preliminary results in the country’s presidential

Rwanda’s incumbent president Paul Kagame is set for another seven-year term according to preliminary results in the country’s presidential

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Polls close in Rwanda, Kagame win predicted

Polls have closed in Rwanda’s presidential election with incumbent Paul Kagame predicted to win by a landslide. Rights groups say the poll is a

Polls have closed in Rwanda’s presidential election with incumbent Paul Kagame predicted to win by a landslide. Rights groups say the poll is a

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Kagame refutes opposition-in-exile allegations

Paul Kagame’s supporters hail him as a visionary, even while his adversaries call him a dictator, alleging that he muzzles the media and political

Paul Kagame’s supporters hail him as a visionary, even while his adversaries call him a dictator, alleging that he muzzles the media and political

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Rwanda holds presidential poll

Rwandans are voting for a new president with the result widely tipped as a foregone conclusion. Despite allegations of a clampdown on opposition

Rwandans are voting for a new president with the result widely tipped as a foregone conclusion. Despite allegations of a clampdown on opposition