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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).
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.
France 'inflicted suffering on Rwanda by staying silent over genocide'
Macron acknowledged France had been at fault but stopped short of an apology.
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.
Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame on Wednesday commemorated the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, during a solemn ceremony in Kigali.
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’s port – creating a hub for Intra-African trade
One of the largest in-land ports in Africa, Kigali Logistics Platform, is working towards a different kind of management system to create a faster and more efficient process for its customers. The first phase cost an estimated €31 million and was financed by logistics giant Dubai Port World.
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Women lead the efforts to tackle inequality in Rwanda
A recent Oxfam report shows Rwanda has the worst rates of inequality in East Africa - these women are hoping to change that.
Watch: Endangered rhinos take trip of a lifetime from Europe to Africa
Five critically endangered eastern black rhinos travelled from a Czech safari park to begin new lives in Rwanda's Akagera National Park.
Rwanda marks 25th anniversary of genocide
800,000 mainly Tutsi and some moderate Hutu victims who died in an 11 week period.
France drops charges against Rwandan officials
French investigative magistrates have dropped charges against nine Rwandan officials investigated over the death of the country’s president in 1998, an event that led to a genocide that killed more than 800,000 people.
France clears Rwandan officials of killing president in 1994
Rwanda said on Dec. 24 that it welcomed the definitive end of what it called a politically-motivated investigation.
Japan: education partner of Rwanda
The Global Japan team has come to Tumba in northern Rwanda to discover a school which trains high-level technicians to meet the economic needs of the country.
Kigali's thriving art scene proof of the healing power of culture
The Ivuka arts centre has, more or less, created a Rwandan arts scene from scratch after the horrors of the 1994 genocide.
Rwanda defends Arsenal deal
Kigali says the deal aims to increase tourism, investment and football development in the country
Rwanda's champions of locally made fashion
In Rwanda, some young designers may have found a way of promoting local creativity and its full African identity.
Mass grave found in Rwanda
Burial pit near Kigali went unreported for 24 years
Two wounded in refugee camp food rationing protest
At least two people have been reported shot and wounded in protests over food cuts provoked by UN funding shortages.
Kagame sworn in for another term leading Rwanda
Paul Kagame has been sworn in for another sucessive term as President of Rwanda, a job he has held since 2000.
Rwanda strongman Kagame wins election landslide
The victory gives Kagame, already in power for 17 years, a third term
Kagame expected to win third term in Rwandan presidentials
Rwandan President Paul Kagame looks set for a third term as the country votes for a new president.
Rwandans demand apology from French media for 'photo misrepresentation'
The protest was sparked by the fact that a picture of French soldiers was not used for the story which was originally written by French news agency AFP with the headline: French prosecutors want Centr
'Historic' climate change deal reached in Rwanda
Countries agree to reduce emissions of Hydrofluorocarbon greenhouse gases in a major milestone for combating climate change.
Rwanda and the fight against genocide ideology
Twenty-two years ago on April 7, Rwanda’s ethnic Hutu militia, armed with machetes began slaughtering minority Tutsis. More than 800,000 people were
Public funding, private loans - whatever it takes to get an education
In this edition of Learning World, we visited both northern Rwanda and southern Brazil to examine a question that faces families the world over –