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Kenya: Outcry Over Arrest and Detention of Scribes Covering Land Grabbing Story

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ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-17 05:07:50

Congo-Kinshasa: Conflict Hampers Ebola Response

Related TopicsCentral AfricaRwanda: 260 People Poisoned By Sorghum Beer in GicumbiAngola: Savimbi's Remains May Be Exhumed This YearAfrica: FIFA Ranking - Nigeria Ranks to 49, As France Soars No. 1Angola: Government Creates New Hydrocarbons ConcessionaireCongo-KinshasaCongo-Kinshasa: How Roadblocks,

ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-17 04:27:59

Ghana: My Choice of Favour International Sch to Set Up 10-Year Endowment Fund

Related TopicsEducationRwanda: Govt Suspends 57 Schools in Fresh CrackdownAfrica: Prof Loyiso Nongxa, First African Elected As VP of the International Mathematical UnionNamibia: Education Explains New School CurriculumNamibia: Country Runs Out of Classroom SpaceGhanaAfrica: President of Ghana Launch

ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-17 13:27:24

Tanzania: Airtel Health Mobile APP Reaches 500,000 People

Related TopicsBusinessZimbabwe: Inflation Rises to 4,29%Kenya: Sonko Halts Construction of City's Tallest BuildingSouth Africa: Marikana Massacre Police Were Not in Danger - ReportMozambique: Debt Crisis - Who Will Pay the Bill?East AfricaUganda: Museveni Critic Bobi Wine Charged in Military TrialRw

ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-17 11:04:46

Rwanda signs aviation safety MOU

On Aug. 14, IATA said it has signed an MOU with the Rwandan CAA, which will further develop Rwanda’s safety oversight program.

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Rwanda ’ s post-genocide foreign aid relations: Revisiting notions of exceptionalism | African Affairs | Oxford Academic

This article studies donor–government relations in Rwanda since the end of the 1994 genocide. The notion that Rwanda enjoyed or enjoys exceptional relations with donors because of guilt regarding their inaction during the genocide is widespread in the literature and in policy circles. To assess this

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After Rwanda closes churches, bishops urge protection of religious rights

The buildings remained locked because of what the government said were health and safety issues, including lack of toilets, plastered walls and paved access roads.

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Congo-Kinshasa: How Roadblocks, Not Just Minerals, Fund Rebels and Conflict in the Congo

analysisBy Peer SchoutenFor over a decadeit's been widely recognisedthat rebel financing in the Democratic Republic of Congo is firmly linked to mining.First discovered by the Belgians in 1904, the Congolese soil harbours a huge amount of precious minerals. Subsequent industrial exploitation of copp

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Men Advance Children’s Literacy in Rural Rwanda – 2 0 3 0 – Medium

Young girls and boys participate in a reading club in Gafumba, in northern Rwanda. / Martin Tindiwensi, USAID

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Congo-Kinshasa: Women Activists Show How Effective Alliances Can Be Forged

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Tanzania: Many Workers 'Unaware of Own Rights'

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ALLAFRICA.COM - 2018-08-17 11:04:44

The Visit Rwanda Arsenal sleeve sponsor deal explained

According to theTelegraph, tourism is the biggest foreign earner in the nation and foreign affairs minister of state, Olivier Nduhungirehe, said he believes the tourism streams from the sector would double from more than $400million to $800million by 2024 and a deal with the Premier League side coul

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