Rwanda High commission in Ottawa is preparing a culture day / National Day during the Ottawa 2017event in partnership with the city of Ottawa. This event will be held on 7th July 2017 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa,. We are preparing a mega exhibition to showcase our remarkable country:
Culture : Traditional dances, songs, arts, crafts and traditional foods
Economy: Show Rwandan’s economy development
Tourism: Promoting Rwandan’s tourism sector
Investment opportunities : agriculture, mining, Gas, ICT, Business
Rwandan‘s life in general
Come celebrate with us the 23rd anniversary of Rwanda’s liberation combined with our 55th anniversary of independence during the 150th anniversary of Ottawa
Rwanda parliament has rejected as false resolutions released by European Union Parliament which criticized Rwanda's judicial sector basing on the case of Ingabire Victoire and requested revision of her trial.
Ingabire Victoire, chairperson of United Democratic Forces-Inkingi, is detained in Nyarugenge Prison, 1930, serving time for treason and threatening national security.
The EU parliament report on Rwanda was released on 5th October, 2016 following the visit to Rwanda by the delegation of European Union parliamentarians from Women Rights Commission and Gender Equality held between 19th and 22nd September, 2016.
Before the European Union delegation came to Rwanda, Michael Ryan, the
The catholic church has denied reports that a convicted priest who has served a 20 year term and released recently has been allowed to celebrate mass in the church. The priest in question is Ntimugura Laurent from Cyangugu diocese who was reported to have joined other priests to celebrate mass after his release.
Ntimugura was convicted of genocide crimes and sentenced to 20 years which he served and released on 10th September, 2016.
Talking to IGIHE, the Bishop of Cyangugu diocese, Jean Damascène Bimenyimana has said that he received priest Ntimugura Laurent as a person who served in Cyangugu parish
Ryan to focus on "maintaining party's majority" in Congress as presidential candidate battles controversies.
Paul Ryan, the US House of Representatives Speaker, has told Republican legislators that he will no longer "defend" or campaign with presidential candidate Donald Trump, focusing instead on maintaining his party's majority in Congress.
The country's top elected Republican official made the comments during a conference call with the politicians on Monday, a source familiar with the call told Reuters news agency.
The call was arranged to work out how to handle the fallout from a video that surfaced on Friday showing Trump making indecent comments
South Korean firm - the world's top smartphone maker - says it is halting sales after multiple fire incidents.
Samsung has halted sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and told owners to switch them off while it investigates more reports of the flagship phones bursting into flames.
The world's top smartphone maker said on Tuesday it had asked all global carriers to stop sales of Note 7s and stop exchanging original devices for replacements, while it worked with regulators to look into the problem.
"Consumers with either an original Galaxy Note 7 or replacement Galaxy Note 7 device should
Move comes after deal signed with the FARC rebel group - a pact that was narrowly rejected by voters in a referendum.
Colombian President, and freshly-crowned Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Juan Manuel Santos and the National Liberation Army (ELN) rebel group are to start peace talks, officials have said.
The negotiations with the 2,000-strong National Liberation Army (ELN) will start on October 27 in Ecuador's capital Quito, according to an agreement signed in Caracas by both sides under the auspices of Venezuela's government.
"We are a special nation that grows despite adversities," Santos said in a speech after the announcement.