Rwandan-born fashion designer and visual artist Eli Gold left his home when he was 13 as his country was wracked by a civil war and genocide, a journey that took him across several African states.
The 700-strong Rwandan communities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain observed the 27th year of the horrific Tutsi Genocide of 1994 on Friday in Dubai and in solidarity, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation Reem Ebrahim Al Hashimy said such a cataclysm must never happen again.
Nothing to shackle them down, the over 13 million Rwandans are set to take their country to the high echelons of socio-economic power in 2050.
Sheikh Hamdan praised the distinguished African presence in the global gathering. Africa's participation highlights the great development witnessed by most of the countries of the continent in various economic, social and technical levels...
Sheikh Shakhboot Bin Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State, and President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, have reviewed ways to further boost bilateral ties between the two nations in various fields of interest.
The British government has come under fire over its plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda. The trip will be a one-way flight. Home Secretary Priti Patel
Immediately after the decision by a three-justice panel of the Court of Appeal in London, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said the first deportation flight would go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday.
The clock strikes eight and Boris Johnson dials in for his interview on LBC from somewhere below the waterline of a toilet bowl in Cornwall. To what was almost certainly the relief, in equal parts, of both the prime minister and the listeners, not a word he uttered could be heard. This will have pleased
The decision to scrap the flight capped three days of frantic court challenges from immigrant rights lawyers who launched a flurry of case-by-case appeals seeking to block the deportation of everyone on the government’s list.