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Grenade Attack Suspects in Rwanda Sentenced to Life

Grenade Attack Suspects in Rwanda Sentenced to Life

Ten of 30 Grenade attack suspects have been sentence to life yesterday for their role in connection to series of Grenade attacks in Rwanda.

Rwanda Embassy in France Attacked

Rwanda Embassy in France Attacked

The embassy located on 12, rue jardin 75017 Paris was attacked in the night of December 6 at around 10:00 pm when the unknown people tried to burn the Embassy but fire fighters intervened and stopped the fire.

President N’Guesso of Congo to visit Rwanda

President Denis Sassou N’Guesso of the Republic of Congo is expected in Rwanda on Monday, 21 November for a three-day state visit. President Kagame is scheduled to hold talks with President Sassou N’Guesso and host him for a state banquet on Tuesday. According to a statement from the Office of the President of Rwanda noted […]

Sudan, South Sudan to settle disputes peacefully

Sudan, South Sudan to settle disputes peacefully

KHARTOUM — Sudan and South Sudan will resolve their disagreements through dialogue, Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and southern counterpart Salva Kiir said, but gave no hint of any progress after several meetings on Saturday.

Africa’s Copperbelt a magnet for investors

Africa’s Copperbelt a magnet for investors

IN AUGUST, South African rock band Watershed flew to the Democratic Republic of Congo in a corporate jet to play at a function for a foreign company with a copper mine in the area.

Irrigation project saves farming in Kenya

Irrigation project saves farming in Kenya

(InformAfrica) — Many families have struggled to get a livelihood in the rural areas in Kenya for domestic and irrigation use due to erratic rains. For years many families have struggled to get clean water from the rivers that are kilometers away from their homes to no success but in the year 2000 through Constituency Development funds, water projects were established ending the agony of many rural dwellers.

Eritrean leader in regional security talks with Uganda

Eritrean leader in regional security talks with Uganda

(InformAfrica) — The presidents of Eritrea and Uganda, seen as the main allies of Somalia’s feuding government and Islamist rebels respectively, held rare talks Tuesday, only days after the insurgents pulled out of Mogadishu.

Zimbabwe to hand out 5 mln energy-saving bulbs

Zimbabwe to hand out 5 mln energy-saving bulbs

(InformAfrica) — Zimbabwe’s electricity authority is to hand out 5.5 million energy-saving flourescent bulbs to its consumers in a bid to curb consumption, a state daily newspaper reported Monday.

Sudan: Censorship, prosecutions and extended detention signal steady decline in media freedom

Sudan: Censorship, prosecutions and extended detention signal steady decline in media freedom

InformAfrica/African Press Organization (APO) — Reporters Without Borders condemns the steady deterioration in media freedom in Sudan where all the copies of an Arabic-language daily were seized five days ago in Khartoum, a group of journalists have been harassed for weeks because of their coverage of a serious human rights violation and others remain in detention.

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