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Latest Rwanda Items
In 1988, a small group of almost-extinct mountain gorillas in volcano ranges straddling Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo became movie stars.
Refugee rights groups want a court to strip a Rwandan general of asylum status in South Africa, saying he has been linked to mass human rights abuses in East Africa.
Outside the U.S. Pavilion, a runner pounds a treadmill on an overturned 60-ton military tank. The visually commanding exhibit at the 54th Biennale contemporary art exhibit reverberates _ loudly.
The Venice Biennale contemporary art fair kicks off Europe's summer of art next weekend.
In the remote Congolese countryside, a war that technically ended eight years ago still rages. Villages are looted, women are raped en masse, and children are forced to fight.
Rwanda's president has engaged in a Twitter feud with a British journalist who called him "despotic and delusional."
When a British journalist tweeted that Rwanda's longtime president was "despotic and deluded" he got a sharp reply _ from the African leader himself, setting off an unprecedented online spat between a head of state and one of his critics.
About four months ago, at about midnight, 16-year-old Wetemwami crept out of the military camp that had been his home for three years.
"There is only one justification for military intervention [in Libya]: protecting people being murdered by Gadhafi." So says Gareth Evans, father of the "responsibility to protect" doctrine that some say is behind President Obama's decision to intervene in Libya.