2017: Rwanda

  1. Sankeys nightclub in Manchester is 'forced to close' (BBC)2017-01-13
  2. Clive Palmer claims council workers killed his deer (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-14
  3. Manchester cafe explosion: Man left with burns (BBC)2017-01-14
  4. Five hurt in house explosion in Blackley (BBC)2017-01-16
  5. House destroyed by explosion in Blackley, Manchester (BBC)2017-01-16
  6. Drone footage captures Manchester house blast aftermath (BBC)2017-01-16
  7. UN judge's detention in Turkey delays Rwandan genocide case (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-17
  8. Rwanda fires 200 police officers accused of corruption (Washington Post)2017-02-06
  9. Rwanda fires 200 police officers accused of corruption (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-06
  10. US judge finds that Rwandan man was active in 1994 genocide (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-09
  11. Rwanda bans medics from using cell phones on duty  (Daily Nation)2017-02-12
  12. Rights group says Rwanda detains wife of opposition figure (Washington Post)2017-03-06
  13. Ahmad replaces Issa Hayatou as African football chief (Al-Jazeera)2017-03-16
  14. Pope meets Rwanda president, begs forgiveness for “sins and failings of the church and its members” during genocide (Washington Post)2017-03-20
  15. Pope meets Rwanda president, begs forgiveness for "sins and failings of the church and its members" during genocide (The New Zealand Herald)2017-03-20
  16. Pope begs forgiveness for church role in Rwanda genocide (The New Zealand Herald)2017-03-20
  17. Pope begs forgiveness for church role in Rwanda genocide (Washington Post)2017-03-20
  18. Pope apologises for church's role in Rwanda genocide (Al-Jazeera)2017-03-20
  19. Pope begs forgiveness for church role in Rwanda genocide (Washington Post)2017-03-20
  20. Pope Francis seeks forgiveness for Church's role in Rwanda genocide (Daily Nation)2017-03-21
  21. How cricket is helping to heal Rwanda (BBC)2017-03-25
  22. How dance is changing the lives of street kids in Rwanda (CNN)2017-04-10
  23. Rwandan court hands ex-Hutu militia leader life sentence (Daily Nation)2017-04-21
  24. Genocide’s Legacy: A Reconciliation Village in Rwanda (New York Times)2017-04-25
  25. Black rhinos to come back home to Rwanda (Daily Nation)2017-05-03
  26. Black rhinos from South Africa relocated to Rwandan park (The New Zealand Herald)2017-05-03
  27. Rwanda: Women’s rights activist to run for president (Washington Post)2017-05-04
  28. Jean Damascene Habarugira 'assassinated' in Rwanda (Daily Nation)2017-05-12
  29. MTN faces US$8.5m fine over licence breaches in Rwanda (The Star)2017-05-17
  30. MTN Rwanda fined $8.5 million for license breach (The New Zealand Herald)2017-05-18
  31. Rwanda to vet campaign messages of presidential hopefuls (Washington Post)2017-05-27
  32. Rwanda to vet campaign messages of presidential hopefuls (The New Zealand Herald)2017-05-28
  33. Rights groups attack Rwanda’s move to vet campaign messages (Washington Post)2017-06-01
  34. Rights groups attack Rwanda's move to vet campaign messages (The New Zealand Herald)2017-06-02
  35. Rwanda’s Soccer Sisterhood (New York Times)2017-06-04
  36. Prosecutor: Denial of Yugoslav and Rwanda crimes widespread (Washington Post)2017-06-07
  37. Prosecutor: Denial of Yugoslav and Rwanda crimes widespread (The New Zealand Herald)2017-06-07
  38. Prosecutor: Denial of Yugoslav and Rwanda crimes widespread (Washington Post)2017-06-08
  39. Rhino kills Hungarian ecologist in Rwanda, official says (Washington Post)2017-06-08
  40. Rhino kills Hungarian ecologist in Rwanda, official says (The New Zealand Herald)2017-06-08
  41. Rhino kills Hungarian conservationist in Rwanda (BBC)2017-06-08
  42. In Rwanda, a young woman activist challenges longtime leader (The New Zealand Herald)2017-06-10
  43. In Rwanda, a young woman activist challenges longtime leader (Washington Post)2017-06-10
  44. Thousands of women were raped during Rwanda’s genocide. Now their kids are coming of age. (Washington Post)2017-06-11
  45. Rwanda’s children of rape are coming of age — against the odds. (Washington Post)2017-06-13
  46. Rwanda’s ruling party picks Kagame as August candidate (Washington Post)2017-06-17
  47. Rwanda's ruling party picks Kagame as August candidate (The New Zealand Herald)2017-06-18
  48. Candidate cleared to contest against Paul Kagame (Daily Nation)2017-06-21
  49. Sports: Bolivia's Wrestling Cholita and Parkour in Gaza (Al-Jazeera)2017-07-03
  50. Rwanda: King of the Mountain (Al-Jazeera)2017-07-03
  51. Is the African Union still relevant? (Al-Jazeera)2017-07-03
  52. Rwanda’s Kagame rebukes Western diplomats over elections (Washington Post)2017-07-05
  53. Rwanda's Kagame rebukes Western diplomats over elections (The New Zealand Herald)2017-07-06
  54. Amnesty: Rwanda polls marred by chilling ‘climate of fear’ (Washington Post)2017-07-06
  55. 'Climate of fear' ahead of Rwanda vote: Amnesty (Daily Nation)2017-07-07
  56. Rwanda’s electoral body disqualifies 3 presidential hopefuls (Washington Post)2017-07-07
  57. Three Rwandan presidential hopefuls disqualified (The Star)2017-07-07
  58. Peace Clubs: Rwanda's post-genocide search for renewal (Al-Jazeera)2017-07-10
  59. Rwanda accused of killings over suspected petty crimes (Washington Post)2017-07-13
  60. Rwanda opposition in uphill battle against powerful Kagame (Daily Nation)2017-07-14
  61. Rwanda’s president already claiming win in August election (Washington Post)2017-07-14
  62. Rwanda's president already claiming win in August election (The New Zealand Herald)2017-07-15
  63. Rwandan academic gets life in jail over 1994 genocide (The New Zealand Herald)2017-07-16
  64. Carla Del Ponte: War crimes expert quits UN Syria inquiry (BBC)2017-08-06
  65. In Rwanda President’s Lopsided Re-election, Foes See Oppression (New York Times)2017-08-06
  66. Judge orders CIA interrogation lawsuit to trial (The New Zealand Herald)2017-08-08
  67. Kagame wins third presidential term by a landslide (The Star)2017-08-11
  68. Rwanda leader is inaugurated; won nearly 99 percent of vote (Washington Post)2017-08-18
  69. Official: Rwanda genocide suspect extradited from Germany (Washington Post)2017-08-18
  70. Rwanda leader is inaugurated; won nearly 99 percent of vote (The New Zealand Herald)2017-08-19
  71. Official: Rwanda genocide suspect extradited from Germany (The New Zealand Herald)2017-08-19
  72. In Rwanda, 7 people killed by crocodiles amid dry spell (Washington Post)2017-08-28
  73. Crocodiles kill 7 as Rwanda experiences dry spell (The Star)2017-08-28
  74. Former Rwanda presidential candidate accused of forgery (Washington Post)2017-08-30
  75. Former Rwanda presidential candidate probed for forgery (The Star)2017-08-30
  76. Rwanda opposition leader Diane Rwigara taken by police — family (Daily Nation)2017-08-31
  77. Former presidential hopeful in Rwanda said to be in custody (Washington Post)2017-08-31
  78. Former presidential hopeful in Rwanda said to be in custody (Washington Post)2017-09-01
  79. 'We'd rather die than lose': villagers in Indonesia fight for a land rights revolution (The Guardian)2017-09-04
  80. Top Indonesia judge gets 8 years prison for corruption (Washington Post)2017-09-04
  81. Top Indonesia judge gets 8 years prison for corruption (The New Zealand Herald)2017-09-04
  82. Rwanda police arrest president's critic (The Star)2017-09-04
  83. Rwanda: Police question former presidential hopeful Rwigara (The New Zealand Herald)2017-09-04
  84. Rwanda: Police question former presidential hopeful Rwigara (Washington Post)2017-09-04
  85. Kosovo devotes cathedral to St. Teresa 20 years after death (The New Zealand Herald)2017-09-05
  86. Kosovo parliament elects Kadri Veseli as new speaker (The New Zealand Herald)2017-09-07
  87. Egypt blocks Human Rights Watch website (Al-Jazeera)2017-09-08
  88. Rwanda: Former presidential hopeful Rwigara arrested again (Washington Post)2017-09-08
  89. Rwanda’s infant mortality rate is lowest in E. Africa (Daily Nation)2017-09-15
  90. Rwanda’s genocide – Tutsis are not to blame | Letters (The Guardian)2017-09-18
  91. Sources that link RPF to Rwanda plane plot | Letters (The Guardian)2017-09-20
  92. Inside a judge's rehab: Unpaid work at a Coca-Cola plant (The New Zealand Herald)2017-12-04
  93. Oscars 2018: Who could be taking home the main awards? (BBC)2017-12-04
  94. Troubled meat market is key supplier for Haiti’s capital (Washington Post)2017-12-05
  95. Thousands evacuate as #ThomasFire rages (The Star)2017-12-05
  96. Rwanda bans livestock, fruits imports from S Africa over viral disease (Daily Nation)2017-12-28
  97. 'It's about our dignity': vintage clothing ban in Rwanda sparks US trade dispute | Lauren Gambino (The Guardian)2017-12-29