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Rwandan Athletes Improve Personal Record At Glasgow Games
[New Times]RWANDAN ATHLETES Cyriaque Ndayikengurukiye and Pontien Ntawuyirushintege could not make medal brackets but managed to improve their personal best time on their debut in the 5000m final of the Commonwealth Games held on Sunday at Hampden Track.

Amb. Power At UN Debate On Peacekeeping Efforts in Africa
[State Department]Remarks by Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, at an Open Debate on Regional Partnerships and Peacekeeping, July 28, 2014

Could Childhood TB Be Higher Than Estimated?
[New Times]A new study quantifying the global burden of Tuberculosis (TB) among children suggests there are tens of millions of children with undiagnosed TB.

As Region Opens Up Job Market, We Should Be Wary of Forgeries
[New Times]Rwandans, Ugandans and Kenyans will soon be free to set up businesses and look for jobs across borders without any restrictions once the three East African countries have endorsed a new agreement later this year that seeks to open up their job markets to each other.

One Year of Online Construction Permit Application - Are We On Course?
[New Times]The city of Kigali unveiled an online system to ease the process of acquiring construction permits in May last year. The online Construction Permit Management Information System was touted as an innovation that would cut bureaucracy, boost efficiency and reduce the cost of doing business by city authorities.

Circumcision Yields Results as Ebola Threatens
[New Times]A new study by the University of Illinois indicates that circumcised men do not only lower chances of getting HIV by 60% but also are less likely to engage in unprotected sex.

Losciuto Praises Rayon After Virunga Win
[New Times]BELGIAN FRANCOIS LOSCIUTO has heaped praises on his players following the club's 2-0 win over DC Virunga from DR Congo in Sunday's friendly match held at Kigali Regional Stadium.

When Kazo Residents Combined Efforts to Construct a Health Post
[New Times]For years, they endured long distances as they climbed steep hills where roads are almost impassable, mainly during the rainy season, to go to the district health centre, 30 kilometres away.

DJ Pius Is a New Father
[New Times]Rickie Pius Rukabuza aka DJ Pius and wife Ange Umulisa are over the moon after the couple welcomed their first born Abriel on Friday evening. For DJ Pius it has been a year of blessings, after graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Law early this year, he found his lost rib in Umulisa and now he is a new father.

Bride, Groom Involved in Road Accident Out of Danger - Medics
[New Times]A bride and her groom who were injured in a road accident on the way to their wedding on Sunday afternoon are in stable condition and could be discharged from hospital soon, medics have said.

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