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17-Oct-2014 to 10:36

Rwanda refutes Burundian allegations over recovered corpses in border lake

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — – The Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Louise Mushikiwabo, on Thursday refuted accusations made earlier this week by the Burundian authorities that five persons, whose corpses have been recovered by fishermen from Rweru a small lake straddling across the common border of the two countries were from Rwanda.

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16-Oct-2014 to 19:24

Kigali: Regional business summit urges trade integration

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — The 2014 East African Business summit bringing around 300 members of the business community across the region, opened in Kigali, Rwanda on Thursday with an appeal for a strong partnership among investors to boost trade integration.

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16-Oct-2014 to 18:45

Rwanda, Turkey in alliance against cybercrime

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — Senior police chiefs from Rwanda and Turkey Thursday vowed to strengthen collaboration in the fight against cyber-crime, money laundering, terrorism as well as the proliferation of light weapons.

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15-Oct-2014 to 19:11

Rwanda sanitation improves - Survey

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — The latest Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey conducted by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) has said that sanitation in the country has improved remarkably.

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15-Oct-2014 to 17:16

Rwandan top flight side chases French coach

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — Frenchmen Richard Tardy, who is the coach of Rwanda's Under-20s, has been contacted to take over first division club Rayon Sport, a spokesman of the team disclosed on Wednesday.

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15-Oct-2014 to 15:58

Israel MPs end Rwanda visit

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — A parliamentary delegation from Israel led by the Speaker of Parliament, Ronen Plot, on Wednesday ended a four-day working visit to Rwanda, an official source told APA in Kigali.

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15-Oct-2014 to 12:10

Rwandan leader accuses BBC of denying 1994 Tutsi genocide

APA-Arusha (Tanzania) — Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Tuesday accused BBC of denying the 1994 Tutsi genocide through a documentary aired for the first time in early October and which castigates the Rwandan leader.

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