"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.
He is as old as independent Ukraine itself and hopes to serve as a good example against prejudice.
The African Union wants to roll out the continental passport to millions of Africans.
Two ex-Rwandan mayors have been sentenced to life imprisonment in Paris.
It's been less than 20 years since the first-ever conviction for genocide.