AJ Impact

A united Africa may give China its moment to shine

AfCFTA will likely complicate existing agreements with Africa’s main partners, including the United States and China.

 A united Africa may give China its moment to shine

Uganda

Uganda accuses Rwandan military of 'violation of territory'

Kampala says Rwandan troops crossed border and killed two men, but Kigali dismisses the account as 'fake news'.

Uganda accuses Rwandan military of 'violation of territory'

Inside Story

Are Rwandans paying a price for peace after the genocide?

President Paul Kagame has overseen an economic boom but critics argue he has stifled dissent and political opposition.

Rwanda

'Never again': 25 years on, Rwanda commemorates genocide victims

Ceremony commemorating killing of 800,000 people in 1994 ushers in week of remembrance, 100 days of national mourning.

Africa

How I survived the Rwandan genocide in 1994

As Rwanda prepares for a week-long commemoration of the 1994 genocide, it is also a time to reflect on stories of survival.

Opinion

How the courage of a few Rwandan women changed the world

The testimonies of Rwandan women helped establish rape as a war crime and paved the way for its prosecution.

Sara Darehshori

by Sara Darehshori

Sara Darehshori

Rwanda

Rwanda set for emotional commemoration of 1994 genocide

Twenty-five years on, Rwanda keeps alive the memory of more than 800,000 people killed during 100 days of Hutu violence.

Africa

Rwanda genocide 25th anniversary: Generation born of rape

The stigma of rape in Africa is profound and being fathered by a Hutu rapist is considered worse.

Europe

France investigates its actions during Rwanda genocide

The finding in two years could send a message to Kigali that Paris is ready for honest reconciliation.

Rwanda

In 1994, 100s took shelter in this Rwanda mosque. Only 8 survived

On 25th anniversary of Rwandan genocide, residents in Mabare village share stories of survival, heroism and tragedy.

Africa

Rwanda tin mine collapse kills fourteen workers

Heavy rains in recent days trigger collapse of a hill near the mining site in eastern province, killing 14 workers.

Rwanda tin mine collapse kills fourteen workers

Africa

Rwanda bans skin bleaching products from shops countrywide

Many fear the ban in Rwanda will encourage women to buy unregulated products which could put their health at risk.

Africa

Rwanda court drops charges against government critic

Judges clear dissident politician Diane Rwigara on charges of inciting insurrection and document forgery.

Rwandan court drops charges against opposition politician Rwigara

Ebola

Ebola could spread from DRC to Uganda, Rwanda, WHO warns

Warning comes as trial of therapeutic Ebola treatment is under discussion and could begin in weeks, WHO chief says.

Ebola could spread from DRC to Uganda, Rwanda, WHO warns

Africa

Rwandan opposition activist released on bail

Diane Rwigara is released on bail after over a year in jail on charges including inciting against Rwandan government.

Rwandan opposition activist Diane Rwigara released on bail