New Climate-Friendlier Coolant Has a Catch: It’s Flammable
An alternative to hydrofluorocarbons for use in cars’ air-conditioners has far less impact on global warming but raises concerns about safety as well as cost.
Looking for Legal Status
From Eritrea, to Israel, to Rwanda, to Uganda, in search of a home.
Netanyahu Speaks About Rwandan Genocide
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel spoke in Kigali, Rwanda, about the countries’ shared understanding of genocide.
In Africa, Benjamin Netanyahu Looks for Friends, and U.N. Votes, for Israel
The Israeli prime minister is on a four-country tour, hoping to rebuild economic and strategic ties on a continent where his nation was once a major presence.
Swedish Court Sentences Man to Life in Prison for Role in Rwanda Genocide
The Stockholm District Court found that Claver Berinkindi, who obtained Swedish citizenship in 2012, had participated in five massacres in 1994
Rwanda Ex-Mayors Suspected of Roles in Genocide Go on Trial
Proceedings began in Paris against two former mayors accused of orchestrating and taking part in the mass killing of Tutsi refugees and moderate Hutu in 1994.
Grauer’s Gorillas May Soon Be Extinct, Conservationists Say
Over the last two decades, the population of the world’s largest primate has fallen 77 percent, a decline hidden by conflict in the region.
A Sudden Breach in Uganda
Raised to believe in the perfection of white people, a Rwandan was bound to be disappointed.
Drones Marshaled to Drop Lifesaving Supplies Over Rwandan Terrain
Zipline, a start-up based in California, raised $18 million and partnered with the small African country to shuttle packages of blood and emergency medicine.
Retired Rwanda Politician Dies While Jailed in Burundi as a Spy
Jacques Bihozagara’s death is under investigation at a time of escalating tensions between Burundi and Rwanda.
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