Prince Harry met the world leader Meghan Markle showered with praise for the large number of female leaders in the country's Parliament during a 2015 speech.
"We are all extremely worried for his wellbeing. He is obviously in danger," a family member said.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast spoke to Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, who said Charles "needs to explain his decision" to hire a Daily Mail editor.
Charles told the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting that "the roots of our contemporary association run deep into the most painful period of our history."
Prince William tackled the explosive topic of racism and U.K. government immigration policy, while Prince Charles began a politically charged visit to Rwanda.
Prince Charles reportedly described a controversial U.K. Government policy as "appalling," stirring up old fears he may be a meddling king.
Prince Charles has reignited the debate on whether royals should comment on political issues with his latest comments on the UK's migrant policy.
Democrats are "using fear as a political tool," GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz said Monday. "This should never have been allowed to occur."
Britain recently announced that it struck a deal with Rwanda that would see some of the people who illegally arrive in the U.K. put on one-way flights to the East African country.
"The Mozambican authorities should publicly disclose his whereabouts, allow him access to a lawyer and visits by relatives, and, if he is to be charged, promptly bring him before a court," Lewis Mudge, Central Africa director at Human Rights Watch, said about Cassien Ntamuhanga.
The French president visited Rwanda in an attempt to rebuild relationships after the 1994 genocide, acknowledging France's role but not offering an apology.
Meet Bizimungu Claver, a Rwandan who built a small hydroelectric power plant from scratch and houses it in a mud-brick shack after he got tired of recharging batteries every day to keep his lights on.
"We took a good, bitter lesson from what happened in Rwanda, and we said this should never happen," Smail Chergui, African Union commissioner for peace and security, told Newsweek.
'World's Most Wanted' on Netflix tells the story of five criminals who at the time of filming were still at large—but one of them has since been caught.
Rwandan gospel singer Albert Nabonibo, 35, says he's faced "horrible" rejection from family, friends and strangers alike.
Rwanda has joined Ethiopia in becoming one of the few countries in the world to introduce a "gender-balanced" cabinet.
Paul Kagame is the incoming leader of the African Union, which has called on Trump to retract and apologize for his alleged remarks.
A recent report showed African migrants being sold "like cattle" for as little as $400 at auctions in Libya.
A California company is helping to deliver medical supplies to hard-to-reach parts of the East African country.
With 80 percent of votes counted from Friday's election, the 59-year-old former guerrilla leader had secured 98.66 percent.
Trump has praised decisive yet controversial leaders such as the presidents of Egypt and the Philippines. Kagame seems to fit the bill.
In California, thousands of illegal aliens operate cars without insurance or driver's licenses.
Violette Uwamahoro traveled to Rwanda for a family funeral before she was detained.
The Rwandan government dismissed an apology offered by Rwandan bishops as "profoundly inadequate."
Catholic priests have been indicted for alleged murder during the genocide of 1994.