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The State of honoured this evening at the dome of the Convention Centre (KCC), on the occasion of the State visit of His Highness Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani , Emir of Qatar, to .




The State of honoured this evening at the dome of the Convention Centre (KCC), on the occasion of the State visit of His Highness Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani , Emir of Qatar, to .







Excited to present "National, Surgical, Obstetric and Anesthesia Plans: Progress in the Africa Region"; exploring the development of completed in , , and !




On 22 April 1995 in an internally displaced refugee camp of Kibeho in , more than 8000 unarmed were massacred by the under the dictator 's orders.



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I really had to push hard and legit wanted to cave at 20k. This business is really bloody hard despite the victory posts. I got to the end of my run and genuinely cried as I did the maths of squeezing a marathon in conditions in the 5h30 time limit. 🇷🇼



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Dutch journalist : "I witnessed the slaughter by the Hutus of the Tutsis in 's genocide: casing some 800,000 mostly Tutsi victims. Black Africans can álso conduct racist - not exclusively European people'.

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On 22 April 1995 in an internally displaced refugee camp of Kibeho in , more than 8000 unarmed were massacred by the under the dictator 's orders.










Perezida yahaye ikaze mugenzi we wa Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani uri mu ruzinduko rw'iminsi 3 mu




Amazina yabahoze ari abanyeshuli,abarimu n'abakozi b'icyahoze ari kaminuza nkuru y'u bishwe muri Jenoside yakorewe abatutsi mu 1994.




At least each district in had 500 teenage pregnances in 2017, Seriously, there is no choice, Rwanda needs to legalize safe ASAP and easy access of contraceptives









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Bernard Rujindiri - Kibunda (1974 - Rwanda)

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Meghan’s India charity work revealed in new footage 

A charity the Duchess of Sussex worked with before she got married to Prince Harry has released new video of Meghan in India. Meghan Markle, as she was then, joined forces with World Vision when she starred in the legal drama Suits. The charity works to change the lives of the world’s poorest children. Meghan’s travels with World Vision to Rwanda in 2016 have been well documented, but the charity today released more images of the duchess on a humanitarian visit to Delhi and Mumbai in January 2017 - shortly after her romance with Harry had become public. The video has not been published before.


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This house for rent is in Kigali City, District of Gasabo, Nyarutarama
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– 3 bedrooms
– A sitting room and a dining room
– 2 restrooms (WC)
– A kitchen

A room for boy and WC A parking for 2 cars and a small garden
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– 3 bedrooms
– A sitting room and a dining room
– 2 restrooms (WC)
– A kitchen

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Phone: +250 781 613 353 / +257 682 314 99

WhatsApp:+509 380 996 13

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The Seventh of April in 1994

Hello everyone, for those of you who don’t know me, my name is Ezra, and I’m Rwandan.


The 7th of April, is a very special date in Rwanda’s history.


25 years ago, one of the fastest Genocide, in modern history, fell upon my motherland.

One tribe was killing the other tribe.

Basically, the Hutus were killing the Tutsis.


You may ask yourself,

“Why is he talking about something that happened 25 years ago?”


Well, I believe that there are many lessons that

the world should draw from that 1994 atrocity.


Discrimination was the root of everything.


In my humble opinion, discrimination starts very easily as catching a cold. And if you don’t treat it, it might turn into a cancer.


For example;

you’ll start judging your neighbor by how tall or short they may be,

how light skinned or dark skinned they are, you’ll point out their level of education, etc …


By the time you won’t realize, that, you’re being blinded by these silly things; you’ll find yourself growing the emotion of hatred towards that person or a particular group of people.


That’s how it all started in Rwanda.

The hatred against the Tutsis started slowly

35 years before 1994; It started in 1959!


The Hutus joined forces since the first killings of the Tutsis, in 1959, by discriminating them in all possible ways.

They denied them basic rights, like having proper education or even working in Public sectors, until they reached a point of wanting to extinguish the whole tribe in 1994.


Thankfully, there were Tutsi forces that were based in Uganda who managed to liberate Rwanda in July 1994, but the horror that had already been perpetrated during the 100 days of the genocide was appalling.


During the genocide, over 1 million lives were lost. That means that on an average, 10,000 Tutsis were killing on a daily basis.

This is not a movie that I’m talking about or inventing a story.

This happened on the watch of the whole world and it changed the lives of every Rwandan who was born before and even after the genocide … including myself!


Do you know how it feels like, when you go back to school from the holidays and some kids from your class talk about their experience at their grandparents’ house?

Do you know how it feels like,

when some relatives talk about how you look like the brother of your mother who was killed?

Do you know how it feels like, when you make a childish mistake and it reminds your mother, of her brother who was just 12 years old when they killed him?

Do you know how it feels like when you ask for the pictures, of those dead relatives to see, at least, how they looked like … and your parents tell you that everything was destroyed during the genocide?


You may not know how it feels like, but I DO.

That’s the impact that the genocide had on me and others who were born after 1994.


Now, could you possibly imagine the greater impact it had on someone who went through it? Someone who lost their loved ones!!!


My father had adopted my cousin, a decade before the genocide, but she was killed in 1994.

The only grandparent, that I ever got the chance to meet, is my paternal grandmother

who saw her own sister killed in front of her eyes.

My paternal aunt lost her husband and children, only one survived.

My favorite cousins, whom I love deeply, lost their mother in 1994.

One of my brothers, who in reality is my cousin, lost his entire family.

He lost his two parents and all his siblings.

He was only 3 years old during the genocide, not knowing that he’s either a Tutsi or not.

Up until now … My mother doesn’t know where her own mother is buried. She doesn’t know where her brother and sister are buried.


Can you imagine carrying on in life with all this pain?


Sometimes I become selfish, and I thank God,

that I was born after 1994.

These genocide survivors, like my parents and others; are a true great reminder of what it means to be resilient.


The moral lesson that the whole world, not just Rwandans or Africans, should draw from all of this; is to replace discrimination by compassion.

If we keep on discriminating against some people, as I said, we will only fuel the emotion of hatred.


25 years later, I say to you and me:

let us stop being blinded by our differences.

And let’s teach that, relentlessly, to the next generation.

Otherwise, our descendants might tell a story that is similar to the one that happened in Rwanda in 1994.


At the end of the day,

I believe that we all have one common thing with the people in Nigeria, Japan, Brazil, Sweden or Mexico :

we all bleed the same color.

I also believe that the choice is ours to actually acknowledge that fact of bleeding the same red.

And that, what we should focus on, is what we have on the inside; not the outside.

Not our heights or the width of our noses or foreheads, not the wealth or race!


There are two things that I can appreciate on someone that I know and appreciate them on a complete stranger.

And, a person could appreciate those two things in me, whether they know me or not.

Those are: kindness and respect.

I beg you to let us embrace kindness, compassion, respect and love in our communities.


The remembrance of this Genocide against the Tutsis will last for 100 days, and it’s not an easy period for those who survived it.

If you know someone, who has lost their loved ones during this period, please encourage them.

And if you lost someone, please be strong!


As someone who was born after 1994, the chorus that crosses my mind in these days, says:

Dusangiye akababaro mwese mwabuze abanyu,

Ihorere Mama, ihorere Shenge,

Muhumure kandi mukomere cyane,

Ntituzabatererana!


Therefore, if you’re reading this, whether you’re Rwandan or not … take a pledge of not letting this type of atrocity repeat itself in your community, on your watch. Okay?


We, who were born after the genocide, join hands with those who witnessed it, in proclaiming: NEVER AGAIN!


Dukomeze twibuke twiyubaka,

Thank you,

Mukomere!

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Daria V - Calm Down

A collaboration spanning between continents, single “Calm Down” was put together by Russian but now Los Angeles-based artist Daria V and her Rwandan counterpart and producer Eloi El. Surging over gooey, deep house textures and lacquered pop vocals, “Calm Down” balances between the quick and upbeat, and the lounging textures of its careful, flowing smooth. Speaking to us about putting together her very first few tracks, Daria wanted to introduce herself to us and the world through her latest tracks as she explains to us below:

Tell us about yourself and your music beginnings?

I got into music when I was nine-years-old (I am the 90s child) , when I heard Britney singing for the first time (laughs). I was literally so obsessed, I had the record on tape and I just would sing along with it and dance to it non stop. So my musical beginnings started with pop music like (Christina) Aguilera, J Lo, Nelly Furtado, Pink, Justin Timberlake and all the pop music others. As I got a bit older, I got into my rocker phase at the age of 14. I started to listen to alternative music like Panic! At the Disco, Funeral for a Friend, Slipknot, My Chemical Romance, 30 Seconds to Mars and especially Paramore. I even got into a rock band in my hometown, where I was a lead singer and a lyricist for a few years. I also dyed my hair red like Hayley from Paramore (laughs), I was totally obsessed.

Can you tell us a little about your latest single “Calm Down”?

 “Calm Down”, is a very personal record to me. I wrote it about a couple years ago and it has stuck with me since then.It happened during my transition from Russia to LA ,which at the time made me feel very lonely. I had stopped doing music for a while, feeling discouraged that I wasn’t good enough for the local music scene. As I just said, I stopped doing music for a while, but by writing this song, I wanted to remind people (and myself) that it’s OK, to take a break. So I decided to put the song out as a way of coping. Sometimes you desperately need a break , to be able to make the next step forward on a new level. You should never forget your worth, ‘cause it’s only you who made it here, where you are now in your life. So you should be proud of yourself no matter what. It’ll only get better after you get through this. 

Tell us more about working with working with producer Eloi El?

Eloi El found me on Instagram, after hearing my song “Do You Remember” that I wrote for short film “Places We Have Been”. He hit me up about a year ago and since then we’ve been working together. His work ethic is just incredible ! We have this honesty and understanding during the process. I just feel how we grow together . He is incredibly talented, I can’t wait to show more music, that we’ve been working on!

Post 174: Rwanda genocide - Nation marks 25 years since mass slaughter

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Rwandans will mourn for 100 days, the time it took in 1994 for about a tenth of the country to be massacred.

Most of the 800,000 who died were minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus, killed by ethnic Hutu extremists.