The French president visited Rwanda in an attempt to rebuild relationships after the 1994 genocide, acknowledging France's role but not offering an apology.
A recent report showed African migrants being sold "like cattle" for as little as $400 at auctions in Libya.
Trump has praised decisive yet controversial leaders such as the presidents of Egypt and the Philippines. Kagame seems to fit the bill.
Seventeen years is a long time for a leader to stay in power, but not everyone in Rwanda is ready for change.
Violette Uwamahoro traveled to Rwanda for a family funeral before she was detained.
Pope Francis met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame at the Vatican on Monday.
Political change, separatist insurgencies and a possible genocide project a tough year for the continent.
A U.N. human rights commission said that ethnic cleansing was already underway in South Sudan.
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.
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.
The U.N. has accused Rwanda of training Burundian rebels to topple Burundi's president.
More than 400 people have been killed in conflict in Burundi since April 2015.
The government said it was opposed to meeting with "those who are supporting violence" in the opposition.
A Refugees International report found 80 cases of alleged recruitment into a non-state Rwandan militia.
Frank Habineza thinks that Rwanda's president should honor the constitution and step down in 2017.
Twelve armed attackers were killed after besieging three military bases in and around Bujumbura.
Ladislas Ntaganzwa is accused of killing and raping thousands of people during the 1994 genocide.