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Article 10 – The Right to a fair judicial system: A scenario in Rwanda

Currently, in Rwanda, the judiciary is being criticised for denying politician and activist Paul Rusesabagina his rights to fair legal treatment. Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: ‘Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the

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How Can Drones Help Save Lives?

WHAT ARE DRONES? Drones are small remotely-controlled flying machines. They do not carry people, but can carry supplies. They also usually have cameras mounted on them. These allow the person flying them to see what they are doing, and also allow for photos to be taken looking down from above.

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In Memory Of Zura Karuhimbi: A Rwandan Hero

was a Rwandan woman who saved more than 150 people throughout the Rwandan genocide. Amidst the violence, she was a selfless hero. Karuhimbi was born around 1925 to a Hutu family of traditional healers. She lived in the village of Musamo in the Ruhango District, where she is now respected

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