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Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

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The decision to hold the gathering in Rwanda was heavily criticised by rights watchdogs. They accused Commonwealth leaders of turning a blind eye to repression and the jailing of opponents in the host country. The Commonwealth also welcomed two new members into the fold at its summit in Kigali - Togo and Gabon.
2 months ago·Rwanda

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Kagame Defends Rwanda On Rights As Commonwealth Expands

Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

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Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

President Paul Kagame on Saturday fiercely defended Rwanda's record on human rights and political freedoms as the curtains closed on a Commonwealth summit where his country came under intense scrutiny.

2 months ago·France
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Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

President Paul Kagame on Saturday fiercely defended Rwanda's record on human rights and political freedoms as the curtains closed on a Commonwealth summit where his country came under intense scrutiny. The Commonwealth also welcomed two new members into the fold at its summit in Kigali -- the French-speaking West African…

2 months ago·Sakado, Japan
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Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

Kagame, who has been de facto ruler since the end of the genocide in 1994, told reporters Rwanda was proud of its record and would not be lectured by outsiders

2 months ago·Kampala, Uganda
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Kagame defends Rwanda on rights as Commonwealth expands

Rwandan President Paul Kagame is pictured with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Commonwealth secretary-general Patricia Scotland - Copyright AFP Ahmad SAHEL ARMANNick PerryPresident Paul Kagame on Saturday fiercely defended Rwanda’s record on human rights and political freedoms as the curtains closed on a Commonwealth summit where his country came under intense scrutiny. The Commonwealth […]

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