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Rwanda

Population: 12.21 mn.
GDP: $9.14 bn.
Debt: $3.34 bn.

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The past awakes

On 19 April, the trial opened of the man accused of causing the death of ten United Nations' peacekeepers on 7 April 1994. The indictment says Major Bernard Ntuyahaga ordered the ...


La grande rupture

A French judge warms up some old allegations and creates a diplomatic storm

The break in diplomatic relations between Paris and Kigali will not heal quickly. It came after France's Judge Jean-Louis Bruguière asked a higher court to issue internation...


Retaliatory justice

If Judge Jean-Louis Bruguière obtains the international warrants issued in France, nine people will be targets for arrest if they enter the European Union and other countrie...


Death in the canal

On 17 December, a naked and mutilated corpse turned up in a Brussels canal. Five days later, after DNA tests, it was identified as that of Juvénal Uwingiliyimana, 54, a Rwan...


Out and about

The former Director of Rwanda 's External Security Organisation, Colonel Patrick Karegeya, has been released after being held for five months without trial at Mulindi military pris...


Cross to bear

The arrest of a Belgian Roman Catholic priest has revived controversy over Rwanda's gacaca tribunals. With unprecedented speed, on 11 September the gacaca sent Guy Theunis, of the ...


Size doesn't matter

Ex-Finance Minister Donald Kaberuka's victory in the 21 July African Development Bank presidential election (AC Vol 46 No 11) is the latest success for Kigali's increasingly effect...


Inside track

Concern is mounting about the fate of army Spokesman and former Director of External Intelligence Colonel Patrick Karegeya, embroiled in a power struggle within the ruling Front Pa...


Colonel inside

The arrest of the army spokesman and former Director of External Intelligence, Colonel Patrick Karegeya, on 30 April points to new tensions in President Paul Rugambwa Kagame's gove...


On edge

The fighting in North Kivu threatens both next year's promised elections and Congo's fragile peace. President Joseph Kabila's cheerleaders in Kinshasa blame Rwandan aggression for ...


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