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How I Could Have Brought Ebola to Washington
[allAfrica]New York -In September, I spent time with an American woman who had recently been in Lofa County, Liberia, an Ebola hot spot bordering the village in Guinea where the first case was identified. We were nowhere near west Africa; we were both attending an international conference with participants from around the world.

Rwandan Parliament Calls for BBC to Be Banned
[RSF]The Rwandan parliament passed a resolution on 22 October calling on the government to ban the BBC and bring "genocide denial" charges against the presenter and producer of a controversial TV documentary about the 1994 Rwandan genocide that the BBC broadcast in early October.

Third EAC Academia-Public-Private Sector Forum Opens in Kigali
[EAC]East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania, 23 October 2014: The 3rd East African Community (EAC) Academia-Public-Private-Sector Forum opened today in Kigali, Rwanda, with a call by His Excellency President Paul Kagame to the stakeholders to redesign and streamline the region's economic development approaches to meet the high expectations of the East African people.

Over 1200 Vulnerable Families to Get Cows
[New Times]At least 1,230 vulnerable families in the Southern Province are set to receive a cow each as part of a week-long campaign that seeks to encourage beneficiaries of the One-Cow per family programme (Girinka) to pass on heifers to their needy neighbours.

Rwanda Maintains Spot in Top 100
[New Times]Despite a two-place drop in the latest Fifa rankings, Rwanda is still among the top 100 countries after dropping to 95th position in the latest ranking for the month of October released on Thursday.

Minister Tasks Districts On Health Cover for Village Leaders
[New Times]Local Government minister Francis Kaboneka has tasked district officials to explain why they were not paying health insurance for the village leaders.

A Leaf for All From Youngsters' PLE Stories
[New Times]LIFE IS a pot of absurdity holding humans with all sorts of troubles. There are the Alice Mugwanezas and Deo Bizumuremyis. And then also there is you, the better privileged.

WHO Commends Rwanda On Ebola Preparedness
[New Times]The World Health Organisation (WHO) has commended Rwanda on its response to the Ebola epidemic that has killed thousands and caused panic across the world.

MTN Cautions Public Against Con Men
[New Times]The public should beware of con men who take advantage of promotions by telecom firms to cheat unsuspecting customers.

Rutare Connected to Power Grid
[New Times]A new 82km power line has been commissioned in Rutare sector, Gicumbi District in the Northern Province, with a call on residents to take full advantage of the electricity and start income generating activities to fight household poverty.

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