Rwanda: Police arrests FDU-Inkingi national committee members

In an note released this Sunday 26/08/12 and intended to the general public, Boniface Twagirimana, one of the top members of the unregistered Rwandan political party FDU-Inkingi of imprisoned Ms Victoire Ingabire, indicates that his colleague official of the same party, Silvain Sibomana, has been severely injured the night before by Rwandan Local Defence ForcesContinue reading “Rwanda: Police arrests FDU-Inkingi national committee members”

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An Award-Winning Documentary On Rwanda Censored Off By Its Third

By Marie Madeleine Bicamumpaka Imagine an author who publishes a book of 240 pages. But once in the public, all booksellers agree to wipe out the content of the last 80 pages, so that any customer who buys it never knows what was in the latter part of the book. Yvan Patry, Canadian co-director ofContinue reading “An Award-Winning Documentary On Rwanda Censored Off By Its Third”

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SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC

In an unusual move between African countries, Heads of states tell one of their own to behave. Africa Dictators online news outlet reported the story: “Rarely do African heads of state publicly denounce one of their own – Kagame is so bad that it has come to this. The Rwandan autocrat’s isolation is bound toContinue reading “SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC”

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Ghana/ Ethiopia: When leaders’ death tests institutions’ strength

Across Africa, we have witnessed time and again countries where sudden death of a leader has been cause of a major human tragedy. This was the case in Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Egypt only to name a few, and this at different times of their recent or past history. Unfortunately, not manyContinue reading “Ghana/ Ethiopia: When leaders’ death tests institutions’ strength”

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Friday 17.08.12: FDU-Inkingi and PS-Imberakuri public protest in Rwanda

This Friday 17th August, Rwandan and Congolese political opposition parties and civil society organisations introduced at the International Criminal Court at The Hague an official request to investigate Paul Kagame’s crimes against humanity and other atrocities with a genocide nature that his forces committed in Democratic Republic of Congo. 

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