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.
African migrants and refugees relocated to Rwanda are relieved to have escaped hellish conditions in Libyan camps. But they will not give up on their original goal of reaching Europe and are starting to feel restless.
Africa's new free trade deal is a building block in its plan to achieve prosperity and unity. Yet stumbling blocks in the form of border and trade disputes make a borderless continent seem decades away.
Rwandans abroad are summoned to mingle and to meet President Paul Kagame each year. The conference-style Rwanda Day, taking place in Germany on Saturday, is festive but not without an unspoken political undercurrent.
During the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the world failed to intervene. Despite later setting up an international tribunal to try the perpetrators, opinions remain divided on whether or not the court dispensed justice.
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