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Twenty-five years after the ‘fastest and most efficient murder campaign of the twentieth century’, Katie McQue...

Marie-Josee, 78, has been a potter all her life. Despite being visually impaired, she has a permanent twinkle in her eye. At the mention of kunyaza, Marie-Josee’s eyes shine even brighter and she roars with laughter. Photo by Thomas Lewton

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Rwanda tops global gender equality tables. Can a traditional sexual practice help explain why? Alice McCool...

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Women’s movements must continue their struggle to improve enforcement, writes Dr Eleni Sifaki.

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Chris Matthews hears arguments for African-led growth at a forum in Rwanda.

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The author and reporter talks to Graeme Green about self-expression, dictatorship and the importance of a...

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Twenty years after the genocide, Cécile Kidiaba explains the controversy surrounding the recent BBC...

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Ben Shepherd compares two starkly contrasting visions of Rwanda 20 years after the genocide.

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A photography exhibition encourages the visitor to see the complexity of the country’s past and present, says Lydia...

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A long tradition of positive social action sets international standards, writes Minna Salami.

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Ailin Conant recalls her inspiration for a moving new play of traumatic homecomings.

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In the second of a three-part series from DRC, Erin Byrnes looks at the role of the UN mission in the region...

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The community courts set up to bring justice after the Rwandan genocide close this month. But how will they be remembered?...

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Ten years after fleeing his home country, *Jean Kayigamba* makes an emotional return.

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*Jean Baptiste Kayigamba*, who lost most of his family in the Rwandan genocide, wonders why Britain and France are harbouring...

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Refugees in a Rwandian camp are finding enterprising ways to make a living, discovers Wil Morat.

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Despite the prevalence of homophobia in Africa, LGBTI activists have some victories to celebrate.

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