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UK plans law to ignore European rulings on Rwanda migrant deportations
The justice minister's bill will allow UK courts to ignore rulings by the European Court of Human Rights, which last week blocked deportations of migrants from the UK to Rwanda.
The European Court of Human Rights has nothing to do with the EU
The court on Wednesday halted London's bid to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda, prompting questions on social media about why the UK, post-Brexit, was still bound by its rulings.
UK's Rwanda asylum flight cancelled after European Court order
Britain's Home Secretary Priti Patel says preparations are already under way for the next flight to Rwanda.
UK insists flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda will go ahead
First deportation flight set to go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday after UK court refuses to halt government plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
Britain: protest outside high court against Rwanda deportations
Protesters demonstrate outside the Royal Courts of Justice as UK campaigners get their last chance to stop the government's first flight of asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Go-ahead for Rwanda migrant deportations as NGOs lose legal challenge
Campaigners against Britain's plans to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda say they'll fight on after a judge ruled the government was acting lawfully.
'An abomination': Charities react as UK orders first Rwanda deportation flight
The UK's first deportation flight to Rwanda is scheduled to leave on June 14.
Rwanda and DRC tensions of 'grave concern', African Union leader says
The latest tensions between the two countries came after Congolese forces and the M23 paramilitary group skirmished on several fronts this week in North Kivu, a war-torn eastern province of the DRC
'No reason' for Ukraine refugees to arrive in UK illegally, says Patel
Undocumented Ukrainians have voiced concerns that they may be transferred to Rwanda under a new immigration policy.
Despite UK crackdown plans, hundreds cross Channel in small boats
The Ministry of Defense said 254 people arrived on the English coast in seven boats from northern France on Sunday, and more people were brought ashore by British lifeboats on Monday.
Denmark in talks with Rwanda over processing of asylum seekers
Denmark says it is in talks with Rwanda about setting up a reception centre for asylum seekers after a similar scheme was unveiled by the United Kingdom.
Outrage at UK plan to fly asylum-seekers to Rwanda
The UK's plan to fly asylum-seekers to Rwanda has sparked outraged, while the government has said it is necessary to stop "people smugglers."
UK plan to process some asylum seekers in Rwanda criticised
Amnesty International said the plan was "the very height of irresponsibility".
Rwanda the 6th safest country for solo travellers, new survey finds
Safety while travelling on your own can be a big concern but a new ranking has listed the countries where you won’t have to worry.
Meet the man hoping to make Africa's first Michelin-starred restaurant
Congolese chef Dieuveil Malonga has visited 38 of Africa's 54 countries, bringing back an abundance with techniques and ingredients with him. Now his sights are are set on blending afro-fusion cuisine with fine dining.
Thirty white rhinos flown out in Boeing 747 to resettle in Rwanda
The southern white rhino, one of two subspecies of white rhino, is now considered endangered with about 20,000 individuals remaining, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Ex-driver goes on trial in France for 'complicity' in Rwanda genocide
The genocide saw 800,000 minority Tutsis and moderate members of the Hutu majority slaughtered in just three months from April to July 1994.
Man behind the inspiration for Hotel Rwanda convicted of terror charge
The man who inspired the film #HotelRwanda, Paul Rusesabagina, has been found guilty of terror-related offences by a court in Rwanda.
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World Vegan Travel organises luxury group holidays across the world for vegans and the vegan-curious.
France 'inflicted suffering on Rwanda by staying silent over genocide'
Macron acknowledged France had been at fault but stopped short of an apology.
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Congo volcano kills 15 people, thousands flee
More than 170 children were still feared missing Sunday after the chaos of the Mount Nyiragongo eruption Saturday night
Does Denmark want to send its refugees to Rwanda?
A memorandum of cooperation on migration between the two countries has sparked alarm that Denmark could be looking to see its asylum seekers and refugees accommodated in Rwanda.
Rwanda genocide report: France 'did nothing to stop' massacres
Former French President Francois Mitterrand and his administration had knowledge of preparations for the massacres — yet kept supporting the government, the report says.
France 'was not complicit' in Rwandan genocide, report claims
The report says researchers found no evidence that French weapons were delivered to Rwanda after the start of the genocide.
Hotel Rwanda's real-life hero arrested over 'terrorism' charges
“I believe it is a travesty that a human rights champion like Paul Rusesabagina should be captured, detained and held in the way he is being held," said Katrina Lantos Swett, president of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice.
Rwanda genocide: French court ruling could shed light on France's role
A court ruling in France could pave the way to opening up files that could shed light on what the French government knew and did about the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.