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Uganda-Rwanda border remains closed

Rwanda’s state minister for Foreign Affairs in charge of the East African Community insisted they would not lift the travel advisory issued in February...

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Rwanda to open border

The presidents also undertook, in the spirit of Pan-Africanism and regional cooperation, to comprehensively cooperate in politics, security, defence, trade,...

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Museveni, Kagame sign pact on security, regional...

Rwanda and Uganda have had trade tensions, which culminated into Rwanda closing its border point at Gatuna

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Rwandan brewer apologises for sexist jokes...

The brewer, in a mea culpa issued on Twitter on Tuesday, said it was "very aware" of the backlash and took the matter "very seriously and apologise for...

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Rwanda’s border with DRC remains open

About 3,000 health workers in high-risk areas have been vaccinated as a preventative measure, including more than 1100 in Rubavu district.

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'Rwanda shuts border with Ebola-hit DR Congo'...

Many people have jobs on the other side of the border while others have homes or put their children in schools in the neighbouring city.

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Over 40 Rwandans arrested in Kampala

Uganda and Rwanda have had frosty relations with Rwanda accusing Uganda of hosting elements opposed to the regime in Kigali, while Uganda accuses Rwanda...

Presidents Museveni, Kagame meet in Angola...

Whereas the original agenda was to discuss the security issues on the borders of the three countries, it had been expanded to include relations between...

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Museveni, Kagame commit to talks

Trade has been severely disrupted since late February when Rwanda abruptly closed the border with its northern neighbour

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Museveni, Kagame meet over security

Rwanda accuses Uganda of supporting rebels and dissidents opposed to Kagame’s government, a charge Uganda denies.

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.