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National Round Table to Improve Health Services in Prisons
[ICRC]Kigali -A national round table on further improving health services in prisons, held in the capital Kigali on 22 and 23 July, was attended by 60 participants from the Rwanda Correctional Service, the Ministry of Internal Security, the Ministry of Health, and national and international non-governmental organizations. The meeting was organized in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

Fight HIV/Aids Stigma in Schools
[New Times]This week's lead story on how schools are dealing with the challenge of HIV-infected students, while encouraging, illustrates just how far we still have to go in the fight against the killer pandemic in our midst.

Cultural Fashion Show Preparations in High Gear
[New Times]PREPARATIONS for the 2014 Cultural Fashion Show are in high gear as the countdown to the D-day begins.

New Prime Minister Sees Surge in Twitter Followers
[New Times]Following his appointment as the new Prime Minister yesterday at around 1pm, Anastase Murekezi had by last evening gained hundreds of new followers on the social media platform Twitter.

Silkworm Farming Turns Into a Goldmine for Gatsibo Women
[New Times]Women in Gatsibo District have turned to silkworm farming to transform their livelihoods. The women trained in various sericulture activities, including mulberry farming, silkworm rearing, and weaving to ensure production of high quality silk products.

Trade Unions in Property Wrangle
[New Times]Trade unions operating in the country have asked the government for facilitation to enable them carry out their duties of advocating for respect of workers' rights.

Kagame Appoints New Premier
[News of Rwanda]President Paul Kagame today, July 23, 2014, appointed Anastase Murekezi as the new Prime Minister of Rwanda, replacing Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi, according to constitution law of 04 June 2003 article 116;

Police to Order Public Buses to Fit Speed Governors
[New Times]In a bid to curb road accidents, the Police - pending ministerial instructions - have issued a directive requiring public transport buses and heavy trucks to install speed governors.

Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda - Brighter Prospects for Enhanced Cooperation
[Cameroon Tribune]President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo recently concluded a State visit to Rwanda.

Full List of New Cabinet
[New Times]Prime Minister:

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