When Rwanda gets mentioned in the international media, it’s usually about the genocide, Western guilt, the M23, and Susan Rice. But its worth looking at how they’ve transformed their economy to become an African tiger.
TODAY: Two-thirds of Russians blame Putin for corruption epidemic; Kremlin news organ says West hyped protests; Navalny’s ACF speaks out against detentions and current occupation of its offices; Putin and his Iranian counterpart close meetings, commit to nuclear energy; EU court upholds Rosneft sanctions; Kremlin breaks Arctic protection pledge; university lecturers attempt to put students […]» Read More
TODAY: Iranian leader visits with Medvedev, heralding expanded energy ties; Navalny fined and jailed for organising mass protest; Medvedev holidays whilst Russians rally against him; Lavrov dismisses Western condemnation of mass arrests, Pekov says Kremlin supports people’s rights to protest within the law; protests five years on from Bolotnaya Square rally show much higher number […]» Read More
TODAY: Hundreds aggressively detained as thousands gather across Russia in protest against corruption and President Vladimir Putin’s regime, Navalny and 16 of his colleagues among those held by police; Voronenkov’s killer identified by Ukraine as a Russian agent; Foreign Ministry disappointed with extended US sanctions; Kremlin may halve current number of “foreign agents”; Putin meets […]» Read More