Mozambique President Felipe Nyusi received in Rwanda by Paul Kagame, April 2021

 On January 12, 2022,  an Extraordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the SADC was held  in Malawi.  In the Summit, the SADC leaders hailed the successes of SAMIM and SADC troops in the fight against the insurgency in Mozambique, ignoring the contribution of the troops from Rwanda.  AfroAmerica Network sources close to the Rwanda and Mozambique governments have  now said that leaders of the two countries,  Filipe Jacinto Nyusi of Mozambique and, most importantly,  Paul Kagame of Rwanda are not happy. Their closest aids, facing frustration and anger,  are wondering what will follow.

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Rwandan Tragedy: 1994

Rwanda: La Mémoire, l’Honneur et La Reconstruction Ne Sont Pas à Politiser

La Mémoire, l’Honneur et La Reconstruction Ne Sont Pas à Politiser

par Felicien Kanyamibwa, PhD.

Habituellement, à cette époque j’écris un article sur un sujet qui me tient à cœur. Au moment  où j’essayais de m’imaginer quelle pensée je devais partager avec les autres, je me suis surpris moi-même: je me suis retrouvé entrain de lire  le discours que le général Paul Kagame du Rwanda a prononcé le 7 Avril 2013.

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UN-ICT - Niger Order on 8 Rwandans - 30 days extension

On December 27, 2021, the Niger government led by Mohamed Bazoum  announced that it was expelling 8 Rwandans that were recently acquitted or freed by the United Nations Organization International Criminal Tribunal (ICT) and sent to Niger. On December 31, 2021, AfroAmerica Network sources in Niamey, Niger that have been following the story, got a copy of an order from the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals TO THE REPUBLIC OF NIGER TO STAY THE EXPULSION ORDER OF RELOCATED PERSONS AND ORDER FOR SUBMISSIONS (see image). On January 3, 2022, President Mohamed Bazoum ordered the suspension  to expel the 8 Rwandans.

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UN-ICT - Niger Order on 8 Rwandans

On December 27, 2021, the Niger government led by Mohamed Bazoum  announced that it was expelling 8 Rwandans that were recently acquitted or freed by the United Nations Organization International Criminal Tribunal (ICT) and sent to Niger. On December 31, 2021, AfroAmerica Network sources in Niamey, Niger that have been following the story, got a copy of an order from the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals TO THE REPUBLIC OF NIGER TO STAY THE EXPULSION ORDER OF RELOCATED PERSONS AND ORDER FOR SUBMISSIONS (see image). 

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