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US Congress to Hold Hearing on Rwanda’s Troubling Human Rights Record

Witness David Himbara: Hearing to Shine Light on President Kagame’s Repressive Regime

 The House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations announced today that it will hold a hearing on May 20 to examine Rwanda’s deteriorating human rights record under President Paul Kagame.

Gasakure

He knew too much: the life and death of Dr Emmanuel Gasakure and the corruption of the Kagame regime.

Dr Emmanuel Gasakure, was born in Butare and was a refugee in Burundi between 1973 and 1987. He studied medicine in Bujumbura and specialized in cardiology in France where he arrived in 1987 and stayed until 1994.

FDU-Inkingi

RWANDA : THE FDU-Inkingi DENOUNCE THE MURDER OF TEACHER NIWUNGIZE CHADRACK BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES OF RUTSIRO

According to reliable information from Rutsiro District in the Western Province of Rwanda, former Kibuye Prefecture, we have learned with deep sorrow the murder of teacher Niwungize Chadrack. He lived in the town of Nyabirasi, Ngoma cell, Kazo village. He taught in the schooling center of Kazo.

Himbara in London

Who Is Afraid Of The Rwanda Regime?

Here we are in London, UK on March 19, 2015. We are at the Rwandan High Commission in London. Four of us – my friends Epimaque, Ali, Rene, and I. Ali is not in the photograph because he was the one taking the pictures.

Martin-Ngoga

The Ngoga Committee recommends that the agreement between the Government of Rwanda and the BBC be terminated.

According to the committee the recommendation is based on the identified and recurrent transgressions on the part of the BBC. Moreover, the BBC was invited to appear before this Committee but it declined. Instead, it chose to conduct its own internal inquiry whose findings entirely exonerated itself and its producers of any professional or legal wrongdoing.

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