Kigali is joining the ranks of start-up cities in Africa alongside Lagos, Nairobi and Cape Town. A new start-up center has just opened there.
Rwanda holds Damas Gisimba in high honor for saving over 400 people in the 1994 genocide. The man who displayed such unusual resilience and bravery at a time of the mass slaughter of Tutsis spoke to DW in Kigali.
A French commission of experts is taking a fresh look at France's role in the Rwandan genocide 25 years ago. To come up with a fair assessment of the mutual recriminations will be no easy task.
It was one of the worst genocides of modern history. Twenty-five years ago, a 100-day campaign of ethnic cleansing turned Rwanda into a vast execution ground. How has this affected the country's youth?
Rwanda made headlines as the first country to pilot blood deliveries by drone. Ghana's parliament has now approved its own drone project, despite initial skepticism.
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