Combatting Drug Abuse is Striving for Human Rights, Says Busingye

[New Times] The Minister of Justice, Johnson Busingye has said that government will do whatever it can to uproot drug abuse in the country as part of its mandate to safeguard human rights for the people of Rwanda.

[New Times] The Minister of Justice, Johnson Busingye has said that government will do whatever it can to uproot drug abuse in the country as part of its mandate to safeguard human rights for the people of Rwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sixty Ex-Street Children Reunited With Families After Rehabilitation

[New Times] A total of 66 former street children who had been undergoing therapy at Gitagata Rehabilitation Centre in Bugesera District were on Friday reunited with their families.

[New Times] A total of 66 former street children who had been undergoing therapy at Gitagata Rehabilitation Centre in Bugesera District were on Friday reunited with their families.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

I’m Not Under Any Pressure – Coach Hey

[New Times] The national football team head coach Antoine Hey has down played talk that he is under pressure after Amavubi were eliminated at the group stage of the ongoing CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Kenya.

[New Times] The national football team head coach Antoine Hey has down played talk that he is under pressure after Amavubi were eliminated at the group stage of the ongoing CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

National Football League Returns on Dec 19

[New Times] After a three-week break, the Azam Rwanda Premier League will resume on December 19 with fourth-placed Police FC visiting bottom side Espoir in Rusizi. Victory for Police would see them jump to second place temporarily.

[New Times] After a three-week break, the Azam Rwanda Premier League will resume on December 19 with fourth-placed Police FC visiting bottom side Espoir in Rusizi. Victory for Police would see them jump to second place temporarily.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

New By-Law to Allow Flats in Nairobi Suburbs

[Nation] Nairobi’s upmarket neighbourhoods will soon lose their grand status after the County Assembly passed a motion allowing construction of commercial centres and highrise apartments in the suburbs.

[Nation] Nairobi's upmarket neighbourhoods will soon lose their grand status after the County Assembly passed a motion allowing construction of commercial centres and highrise apartments in the suburbs.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Somalia, Djibouti Say Trump’s Recognition of Jerusalem is ‘Dangerous’

[VOA] Two East African countries say U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is “dangerous” and could spark an international crisis.

[VOA] Two East African countries say U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is "dangerous" and could spark an international crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Djibouti

Soccer – Amajita Tackle Egypt in Final Group B Match in Zambia

[Sascoc] The Amajita national U20 men’s side play Egypt in their final Group B match of the 2017 COSAFA U-20 Youth Championships, where the two nations will compete for topping the group.

[Sascoc] The Amajita national U20 men's side play Egypt in their final Group B match of the 2017 COSAFA U-20 Youth Championships, where the two nations will compete for topping the group.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Repatriation of Migrants in Libyan Detention Centers Begins

[VOA] The International Organization for Migration has begun the voluntary repatriation of thousands of West African migrants being held in detention centers in Libya under abusive conditions.

[VOA] The International Organization for Migration has begun the voluntary repatriation of thousands of West African migrants being held in detention centers in Libya under abusive conditions.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Analysts Doubt Much Has Changed

[VOA] On the surface, a lot has changed in Zimbabwe in the last month — longtime president Robert Mugabe finally resigned after 37 years in power after the army took over state institutions, and a new administration has vowed to usher in sweeping chan…

[VOA] On the surface, a lot has changed in Zimbabwe in the last month -- longtime president Robert Mugabe finally resigned after 37 years in power after the army took over state institutions, and a new administration has vowed to usher in sweeping changes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe