When Burundian fishermen first discovered bodies in Lake Rweru on the border of Rwanda this July, the Rwandan government quickly denied involvement in the apparent murders. Months later, up to 40 bodies remain unidentified, and more have turned up, prompting…
Paul Kagame gets violent outbursts. He doesn’t deny physically abusing his staff. Jeffrey Gettleman, a New York Times’ editor tells the beating story from every former colleague of Kagame.
A fake report in the name of a dead expert: Who in Rwanda has interest in tarnishing the image and the work of Human Right Watch in Rwanda? Who would go the extra mile in creating a 55-page report to discredit one of the world’s leading independent organizations dedicated to defending and protecting human rights.
The recent revelations of the material and military support to Rwanda’s Congolese rebels of M23 have cast a chill in diplomatic relations with the DRC. But for a long time, the Rwandan regime earns huge profits by controlling financial and…
The General’s public-relations team and lobbyists must find a Western university to decorate their principal with an honorary doctorate, for as minor a government function as repairing a 25km road. One of General Kagame’s public-relations agents is Andrew Mwenda, a prominent and respected Ugandan journalist.
The widows of two African Presidents slain in the 1994 missile attack on the Presidential plane that triggered the “Rwanda genocide,” filed notice with the 10th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals challenging “head-of-state” immunity granted to the current President of Rwanda, by the Obama
administration in Habyarimana v. Kagame.
Ms Victoire Ingabire, starts her time in prison in Rwanda at the time when Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmanese woman opposition leader is free from seven years of house arrest, and Birtukan Miduska, the Ethiopian woman opposition leader gets some freedom after two years of imprisonment