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          ASIEN/INDONESIEN – Vorsitzender der Bischofskonferenz zur Wahl: "Wir brauchen gute Politik”      Comment   Translate Page      
Jakarta – “Man muss zwischen guter Politik im besten Sinne und Wahlkampf unterscheiden. In Indonesien ist die gute Politik aufgrund der grassierenden Korruption unter Politikern und Beamten und bei Regierungsbehörden beeinträchtigt. Da das moralische Gewissen verloren ging hat die Bevölkerung das Vertrauen verloren”, so der Vorsitzende der Indonesischen Bischofskonferenz, Bischof Ignatius Suharyo von Jakarta am … Continua la lettura di ASIEN/INDONESIEN – Vorsitzender der Bischofskonferenz zur Wahl: "Wir brauchen gute Politik”
          Le Cameroun organisera le CHAN 2020 à la place de l’Ethiopie      Comment   Translate Page      
Le Cameroun organisera le CHAN 2020 à la place de l’Ethiopie
La Confédération africaine de football (CAF) a décidé de retirer l’organisation du prochain Championnat d’Afrique des nations (CHAN 2020) à l’Ethiopie et de la confier au Cameroun,
A cause des retards éthiopiens mais aussi en grande partie pour permettre aux Camerounais de se tester en vue de la Coupe d’Afrique des nations 2021 qu’ils accueilleront également.
De notre envoyé spécial au Caire,
La Confédération africaine de football (CAF) a officialisé le changement de pays-hôte pour le prochain Championnat d’Afrique des nations (CHAN 2020), ce 12 avril à Gizeh, en marge du tirage au sort de la Coupe d’Afrique des nations 2019.
Après une très longue réunion du Comité exécutif de la CAF, celui-ci a en effet retiré l’organisation du tournoi à l’Ethiopie, sans formuler de reproches à l’égard des Ethiopiens. Le président de la Fédération éthiopienne, Esayas Jira, avait toutefois avoué à la BBC que son pays était très en retard dans les préparatifs…
Et l'Ethiopie a donc subi le même sort que son voisin, le Kenya, qui avait perdu la tenue du CHAN 2018 au profit du Maroc.
« Pour nous permettre de mieux préparer la CAN 2021 »
« On a attribuée l’organisation directement, par tacite accord, au Cameroun, a ainsi annoncé le président de la CAF Ahmad, au micro d’Annie Gasnier. C’est aussi pour nous permettre de mieux préparer la Coupe d’Afrique des nations 2021 ». Officiellement, il s’agit donc d’un coup de pouce aux Camerounais qui ont perdu l’organisation de la CAN 2019 et ont récupéré celle de l’édition suivante.
« Avec le chef de l’Etat du pays, nous avons discuté de comment on pourrait mettre fin aux hésitations de certaines personnes au sujet de la CAN 2021, a ajouté le Malgache Ahmad. Nous croyons vraiment en Cameroun 2021. Mais il faut qu’on prépare tout sérieusement ».
« Une pression supplémentaire bienvenue »
Le président de la Fédération camerounaise savoure, de son côté, l’obtention du CHAN 2020. « C’est la bonne nouvelle que nous réservions aux Camerounais, souligne Seidou Mbombo Njoya au micro d'Antoine Grognet. Aujourd’hui, les conditions sont parfaitement réunies. Ça va permettre de nous mettre une pression supplémentaire, qui sera la bienvenue ». Il ajoute : « Cela étant dit, je peux vous garantir que nos installations sportives nous permettent d’organiser le CHAN sans ambages. C’est un tournoi à 16 équipes qui peut se jouer dans deux villes. » Contrairement à la CAN qui se dispute entre 24 sélections.
Le Championnat d’Afrique des nations, réservé aux joueurs locaux, draine en outre généralement moins de touristes et de spectateurs. Le CHAN 2020 servira donc de test miniature, en vue de la CAN 2021.
Ce sera la sixième édition du CHAN, après celles de 2009 (Côte d’Ivoire), 2011 (Soudan), 2014 (Afrique du Sud), 2016 (Rwanda) et 2018 (Maroc). Les Marocains sont tenants du titre. Quant au CHAN 2022, il est prévu en Algérie.

          Pilpres 2019 Jadi Ajang Kumpul WNI di Tanzania hingga Santap Menu Khas RI      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Dar es Salaam - Sebanyak 94 WNI masuk dalam Daftar Pemilih Tetap (DPT) Pemilu 2019 di Tanzania, di mana 53 orang di antaranya mencoblos surat suara di Tempat Pemungutan Suara (TPS) Dar es Salaam.

Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) bekerjasama dengan Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Dar es Salaam telah menyelenggarakan pemungutan suara di TPS yang bertempat di Gedung Kedutaan Besar RI (KBRI) Dar es Salaam, pada Sabtu, mulai pukul 08.00 hingga 18.00 waktu setempat (beda waktu 4 jam lebih lambat dari WIB).

Duta Besar RI untuk Tanzania Ratlan Pardede, beserta istri dan keluarga, turut menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS tersebut, demikian keterangan tertulis KBRI Dar es Salaam yang dikutip dari Antara, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Selain melakukan pemungutan suara di TPS, sejak awal April lalu KPPSLN Dar es Salaam telah mengirimkan surat suara kepada WNI lain yang terdaftar dalam DPT dan tersebar di berbagai wilayah lain di Tanzania, yaitu Zanzibar, Arusha, Moshi, Mwanza dan Rwanda (Kigali).

Penghitungan suara Pilpres 2019 RI di Tanzania ini akan dilakukan pada 17 April, bersamaan dengan penyelenggaraan pemilu di Tanah Air.

 

 

Aturan Menggelar Pilpres 2019 di Luar Negeri

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F304402

Ketua PPLN KBRI Dar es Salaam Raksa Permana Ibrahim mengatakan bahwa penyelenggaraan pemungutan suara telah diatur berdasarkan aturan Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU), termasuk standar pengamanan untuk logistik pemilu.

“Kita sudah memastikan bahwa hal-hal yang kami lakukan terpantau secara seksama melalui ketersediaan CCTV dalam pengawasan logistik serta surat suara yang berada di Dar es Salaam," ujar Raksa.

Guna memaksimalkan partisipasi masyarakat di dalam wilayah cakupannya, PPLN Dar es Salaam bekerja sama dengan KBRI Dar es Salaam secara berkala melakukan sosialisasi kepada masyarakat terkait penyelenggaraan pemilu serta hal-hal yang perlu diperhatikan oleh masyarakat agar hak suaranya dapat digunakan dengan baik.

Selain itu, KBRI Dar es Salaam juga telah menjadi tuan rumah penyelenggaraan Bimbingan Teknis (Bimtek) PPLN kawasan Afrika yang diselenggarakan pada 9-12 Februari 2019.

Kegiatan tersebut dihadiri oleh tim dari KPU dan Kelompok Kerja PPLN Kemlu RI, serta perwakilan PPLN dari 11 Perwakilan RI di Afrika (Antananarivo, Abuja, Addis Ababa, Pretoria, Cape Town, Dakar, Windhoek, Harare, Maputo, Nairobi, dan Dar es Salaam) yang secara total mencakup 42 negara akreditasi.

Sajian Menu Khas Tanah Air

Ilustrasi nasi uduk. (Liputan6.com/Dadan Eka Permana)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F304402

Meskipun jumlah WNI yang berada di wilayah cakupan PPLN Dar es Salaam tidak terlalu banyak, namun hal ini tidak menyurutkan antusiasme masyarakat yang ada untuk menggunakan hak pilihnya dan berkumpul bersama rekan-rekan WNI lain, serta menikmati berbagai hidangan khas Indonesia, seperti nasi uduk, lontong, dan risoles.

Salah satu WNI yang menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS Dar es Salaam, Indah Paramita, menyampaikan kebahagiaannya karena dapat menggunakan hak pilihnya.

"Meskipun jauh dari Tanah Air, tetapi Pemilu 2019 tetap bergema karena di KBRI Dar es Salaam suasananya sangat Indonesia, kekeluargaan dan meriah," kata dia.


          La négation du génocide arménien ne sera pas réprimée, les Arméniens de Belgique sont furieux      Comment   Translate Page      
La Chambre s'apprête à voter une proposition de loi punissant ceux qui nient les génocides du Rwanda et de Srebrenica. Pas un mot sur l'Arménie.
          Rwanda : 25 ans après le génocide, l'ONU appelle à s'attaquer aux causes profondes de la haine      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 April 2019 / PRN Africa / -- Le 7 avril 1994, un génocide débutait au Rwanda. En moins de trois mois, un million de personnes - essentiellement des Tutsis, mais aussi des Hutus modérés et d'autres opposants au génocide - ont été systématiquement tuées.
          Rwanda : 25 ans après le génocide, l'ONU appelle à s'attaquer aux causes profondes de la haine      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 April 2019 2019 / PRN Africa / -- Le 7 avril 1994, un génocide débutait au Rwanda. En moins de trois mois, un million de personnes - essentiellement des Tutsis, mais aussi des Hutus modérés et d'autres opposants au génocide - ont été systématiquement tuées.
          From ‘dead on the inside' to ‘truly alive': Survivor of genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda recounts her story as UN marks 25th anniversary      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 April 2019 2019 / PRN Africa / -- “Most of the survivors we have today were broken in their bodies and their souls”, Esther Mujawayo-Keiner told those gathered in the General Assembly Hall, to reflect on what UN chief António Guterres referred to as “one of the darkest chapters in recent human history”, which overwhelmingly targeted Tutsi, but also moderate Hutu and others who opposed the genocide.
          #KWIBUKA25 : La Banque africaine de développement commémore la 25e commémoration du génocide contre les Tutsis au Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
TUNIS, Tunisie, 12 April 2019 / PRN Africa / -- C'est avec des poèmes, des vidéos et un témoignage poignant d'un ancien procureur général du Tribunal pénal international des Nations unies pour le Rwanda (TPIR) que la Banque africaine de développement, en collaboration avec l'Ambassade du Rwanda et la communauté rwandaise en Côte d'Ivoire, a commémoré le 25e anniversaire du génocide contre les Tutsis au Rwanda, sur le thème « Se souvenir – S'unir – Se renouveler ».
          From ‘dead on the inside' to ‘truly alive': Survivor of genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda recounts her story as UN marks 25th anniversary      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 April 2019 / PRN Africa / -- “Most of the survivors we have today were broken in their bodies and their souls”, Esther Mujawayo-Keiner told those gathered in the General Assembly Hall, to reflect on what UN chief António Guterres referred to as “one of the darkest chapters in recent human history”, which overwhelmingly targeted Tutsi, but also moderate Hutu and others who opposed the genocide.
          La ONU honra a las víctimas del genocidio contra los tutsis llamando a rechazar la intolerancia      Comment   Translate Page      
NUEVA YORK, 12 April 2019 2019 / PRN Africa / -- A 25 años del genocidio contra los tutsis en Rwanda, debemos analizar con rigor lo que ocurre en la actualidad y esforzarnos por erradicar las incitaciones al odio, al racismo y a la xenofobia para evitar que vuelva a ocurrir una atrocidad semejante, fue el mensaje de António Guterres en el acto de conmemoración de ese trágico evento este viernes en la Asamblea General de la ONU.
          Rwandan Genocide Revisited: Impunity for War Criminals that Serve Western Interests      Comment   Translate Page      

“Kagame is an example of an American supported leader whose crimes go unpunished because he is useful to them and because they are party to his crimes.

The Prosecutors of the ICTR have wasted 17 years protecting Kagame from his

The post Rwandan Genocide Revisited: Impunity for War Criminals that Serve Western Interests appeared first on Global Research.


          Pilpres 2019 Jadi Ajang Kumpul WNI di Tanzania hingga Santap Menu Khas RI      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Dar es Salaam - Sebanyak 94 WNI masuk dalam Daftar Pemilih Tetap (DPT) Pemilu 2019 di Tanzania, di mana 53 orang di antaranya mencoblos surat suara di Tempat Pemungutan Suara (TPS) Dar es Salaam.

Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) bekerjasama dengan Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Dar es Salaam telah menyelenggarakan pemungutan suara di TPS yang bertempat di Gedung Kedutaan Besar RI (KBRI) Dar es Salaam, pada Sabtu, mulai pukul 08.00 hingga 18.00 waktu setempat (beda waktu 4 jam lebih lambat dari WIB).

Duta Besar RI untuk Tanzania Ratlan Pardede, beserta istri dan keluarga, turut menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS tersebut, demikian keterangan tertulis KBRI Dar es Salaam yang dikutip dari Antara, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Selain melakukan pemungutan suara di TPS, sejak awal April lalu KPPSLN Dar es Salaam telah mengirimkan surat suara kepada WNI lain yang terdaftar dalam DPT dan tersebar di berbagai wilayah lain di Tanzania, yaitu Zanzibar, Arusha, Moshi, Mwanza dan Rwanda (Kigali).

Penghitungan suara Pilpres 2019 RI di Tanzania ini akan dilakukan pada 17 April, bersamaan dengan penyelenggaraan pemilu di Tanah Air.

 

 

Aturan Menggelar Pilpres 2019 di Luar Negeri

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F328738

Ketua PPLN KBRI Dar es Salaam Raksa Permana Ibrahim mengatakan bahwa penyelenggaraan pemungutan suara telah diatur berdasarkan aturan Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU), termasuk standar pengamanan untuk logistik pemilu.

“Kita sudah memastikan bahwa hal-hal yang kami lakukan terpantau secara seksama melalui ketersediaan CCTV dalam pengawasan logistik serta surat suara yang berada di Dar es Salaam," ujar Raksa.

Guna memaksimalkan partisipasi masyarakat di dalam wilayah cakupannya, PPLN Dar es Salaam bekerja sama dengan KBRI Dar es Salaam secara berkala melakukan sosialisasi kepada masyarakat terkait penyelenggaraan pemilu serta hal-hal yang perlu diperhatikan oleh masyarakat agar hak suaranya dapat digunakan dengan baik.

Selain itu, KBRI Dar es Salaam juga telah menjadi tuan rumah penyelenggaraan Bimbingan Teknis (Bimtek) PPLN kawasan Afrika yang diselenggarakan pada 9-12 Februari 2019.

Kegiatan tersebut dihadiri oleh tim dari KPU dan Kelompok Kerja PPLN Kemlu RI, serta perwakilan PPLN dari 11 Perwakilan RI di Afrika (Antananarivo, Abuja, Addis Ababa, Pretoria, Cape Town, Dakar, Windhoek, Harare, Maputo, Nairobi, dan Dar es Salaam) yang secara total mencakup 42 negara akreditasi.

Sajian Menu Khas Tanah Air

Ilustrasi nasi uduk. (Liputan6.com/Dadan Eka Permana)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F328738

Meskipun jumlah WNI yang berada di wilayah cakupan PPLN Dar es Salaam tidak terlalu banyak, namun hal ini tidak menyurutkan antusiasme masyarakat yang ada untuk menggunakan hak pilihnya dan berkumpul bersama rekan-rekan WNI lain, serta menikmati berbagai hidangan khas Indonesia, seperti nasi uduk, lontong, dan risoles.

Salah satu WNI yang menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS Dar es Salaam, Indah Paramita, menyampaikan kebahagiaannya karena dapat menggunakan hak pilihnya.

"Meskipun jauh dari Tanah Air, tetapi Pemilu 2019 tetap bergema karena di KBRI Dar es Salaam suasananya sangat Indonesia, kekeluargaan dan meriah," kata dia.


          Une semaine dans le monde en 7 photos      Comment   Translate Page      
Commémorations du génocide au Rwanda, première image d'un trou Noir et renversement du président soudanais Omar El Béchir... La semaine du 6 avril en images.  Lire la suite

          Antusias Nyoblos Pilpres 2019, Antrean WNI di Arab Saudi Mengular hingga 30 Meter      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Riyadh - Ribuan warga Indonesia antusias mengikuti pemilihan umum 2019 dengan berbondong-bondong mendatangi Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia (KBRI) di Riyadh, Ibu Kota Arab Saudi, Jumat 12 April 2019 waktu setempat.

"Suasana ramai, ribuan WNI memadati KBRI Riyadh. Para WNI terlihat antusias sekali, bersemangat sekali. Walau matahari mulai terasa menghangat," ujar salah satu diaspora Indonesia, Tatang Muhtar (41), yang saat ini tengah bekerja di Riyadh, kepada Antara yang dikutip Sabtu (13/4/2019).

Pria yang telah menetap di Riyadh, Arab Saudi selama 21 tahun itu mengatakan antusiasme pemilih kali ini sangat besar.

"Saya sendiri memilih di KBRI Riyadh.Saya datang agak siang, tiba di KBRI Riyadh pukul 09.00 pagi, suasana sudah ramai, antrean berlapis, memanjang hingga 30 meteran," ujar Tatang Muhtar.

Ia mengatakan para pemilih diarahkan untuk masuk melalui pintu layanan keimigrasian, bukan pintu utama.

"Lebar pintu ini sekitar 1 meter. Sehingga terjadi penumpukan dan desak-desakan," kata Tatang Muhtar.

Ternyata, lanjut dia, desak-desakan tidak hanya terjadi di pintu masuk, tapi di sekitar meja Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) di ibu kota Arab Saudi itu, yang bertugas mendata ulang pemilih (semacam verifikasi data).

 

 

Diselenggarakan di 2 Wilayah

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F351648

Tatang mengatakan pemilihan di Arab Saudi diselenggarakan di dua wilayah, yaitu di KBRI Riyadh dan Konsulat Kenderal RI (KJRI) Jeddah.

"Sebanyak delapan tempat pemungutan suara (TPS) disiapkan di dalam gedung KBRI Riyadh. Untuk TPS yang di Jeddah saya tidak tahu," kata dia.

Kedelapan TPS tersebut dibuka mulai pukul 08.00 sampai 18.00 waktu setempat (beda empat jam lebih lambat dari Indonesia).

Namun karena antusiasme pemilih yang sangat besar maka peserta pemilu sepakat untuk menambah waktu hingga pukul 24.00 waktu setempat.

Selain pencoblosan langsung ke Tempat Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (TPSLN) yang di laksanakan di KBRI Riyadh, daftar pemilih tetap (DPT) di Arab saudi juga dapat memilih melalui pos dan kotak suara keliling (KSK).

Pemilihan melalui KSK telah diselenggarakan di 7 titik pada 8-9 April 2019, yakni di Kota Dammam, Al-Khobar, Jubail al-Ahsa, Buraidah, Hail, dan Skaka.

Arab Saudi menjadi daerah pemilihan luar negeri dengan jumlah DPT terbanyak kedua, yakni sekitar 800 ribu orang dari total DPT luar negeri yang mencapai sekitar 2 juta orang. Pemilih terbanyak berada di Malaysia dengan jumlah DPT mencapai 1,2 juta orang.

Pilpres di Tanzania

Sebagian WNI di Tanzania menggunakan hak pilihnya pada Pilpres 2019 secara langsung di TPS yang berlokasi di KBRI Dar es Salaam, Sabtu waktu setempat (13/4/2019). (KBRI Dar es Salaam)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F351648

Beda jauh dengan Arab Saudi, hanya ada 94 WNI masuk dalam Daftar Pemilih Tetap (DPT) Pemilu 2019 di Tanzania, di mana 53 orang di antaranya mencoblos surat suara di Tempat Pemungutan Suara (TPS) Dar es Salaam.

Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) bekerjasama dengan Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Dar es Salaam telah menyelenggarakan pemungutan suara di TPS yang bertempat di Gedung Kedutaan Besar RI (KBRI) Dar es Salaam, pada Sabtu, mulai pukul 08.00 hingga 18.00 waktu setempat (beda waktu 4 jam lebih lambat dari WIB).

Duta Besar RI untuk Tanzania Ratlan Pardede, beserta istri dan keluarga, turut menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS tersebut, demikian keterangan tertulis KBRI Dar es Salaam yang dikutip dari Antara, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Selain melakukan pemungutan suara di TPS, sejak awal April lalu KPPSLN Dar es Salaam telah mengirimkan surat suara kepada WNI lain yang terdaftar dalam DPT dan tersebar di berbagai wilayah lain di Tanzania, yaitu Zanzibar, Arusha, Moshi, Mwanza dan Rwanda (Kigali).

Penghitungan suara Pilpres 2019 RI di Tanzania ini akan dilakukan pada 17 April, bersamaan dengan penyelenggaraan pemilu di Tanah Air.

 

 


          Nyarubuye: Interahamwe zaryaga imitima y'Abatutsi #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Umuyobozi wa Ibuka mu Karere ka Kirehe, Nduwimana Bonaventure, avuga ko Abatutsi biciwe muri Paruwasi ya Nyarubuye bariwe imitima kugira ngo amaraso y'Abatutsi atazateza ibibazo ababishe.

- Kwibuka / Kirehe, Emmanuel Gasana Sebasaza
          Antusias Nyoblos Pilpres 2019, Antrean WNI di Arab Saudi Mengular hingga 30 Meter      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Riyadh - Ribuan warga Indonesia antusias mengikuti pemilihan umum 2019 dengan berbondong-bondong mendatangi Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia (KBRI) di Riyadh, Ibu Kota Arab Saudi, Jumat 12 April 2019 waktu setempat.

"Suasana ramai, ribuan WNI memadati KBRI Riyadh. Para WNI terlihat antusias sekali, bersemangat sekali. Walau matahari mulai terasa menghangat," ujar salah satu diaspora Indonesia, Tatang Muhtar (41), yang saat ini tengah bekerja di Riyadh, kepada Antara yang dikutip Sabtu (13/4/2019).

Pria yang telah menetap di Riyadh, Arab Saudi selama 21 tahun itu mengatakan antusiasme pemilih kali ini sangat besar.

"Saya sendiri memilih di KBRI Riyadh.Saya datang agak siang, tiba di KBRI Riyadh pukul 09.00 pagi, suasana sudah ramai, antrean berlapis, memanjang hingga 30 meteran," ujar Tatang Muhtar.

Ia mengatakan para pemilih diarahkan untuk masuk melalui pintu layanan keimigrasian, bukan pintu utama.

"Lebar pintu ini sekitar 1 meter. Sehingga terjadi penumpukan dan desak-desakan," kata Tatang Muhtar.

Ternyata, lanjut dia, desak-desakan tidak hanya terjadi di pintu masuk, tapi di sekitar meja Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) di ibu kota Arab Saudi itu, yang bertugas mendata ulang pemilih (semacam verifikasi data).

 

 

Diselenggarakan di 2 Wilayah

Ilustrasi pemilih surat suara.#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F373452

Tatang mengatakan pemilihan di Arab Saudi diselenggarakan di dua wilayah, yaitu di KBRI Riyadh dan Konsulat Kenderal RI (KJRI) Jeddah.

"Sebanyak delapan tempat pemungutan suara (TPS) disiapkan di dalam gedung KBRI Riyadh. Untuk TPS yang di Jeddah saya tidak tahu," kata dia.

Kedelapan TPS tersebut dibuka mulai pukul 08.00 sampai 18.00 waktu setempat (beda empat jam lebih lambat dari Indonesia).

Namun karena antusiasme pemilih yang sangat besar maka peserta pemilu sepakat untuk menambah waktu hingga pukul 24.00 waktu setempat.

Selain pencoblosan langsung ke Tempat Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (TPSLN) yang di laksanakan di KBRI Riyadh, daftar pemilih tetap (DPT) di Arab saudi juga dapat memilih melalui pos dan kotak suara keliling (KSK).

Pemilihan melalui KSK telah diselenggarakan di 7 titik pada 8-9 April 2019, yakni di Kota Dammam, Al-Khobar, Jubail al-Ahsa, Buraidah, Hail, dan Skaka.

Arab Saudi menjadi daerah pemilihan luar negeri dengan jumlah DPT terbanyak kedua, yakni sekitar 800 ribu orang dari total DPT luar negeri yang mencapai sekitar 2 juta orang. Pemilih terbanyak berada di Malaysia dengan jumlah DPT mencapai 1,2 juta orang.

Pilpres di Tanzania

Sebagian WNI di Tanzania menggunakan hak pilihnya pada Pilpres 2019 secara langsung di TPS yang berlokasi di KBRI Dar es Salaam, Sabtu waktu setempat (13/4/2019). (KBRI Dar es Salaam)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F373452

Beda jauh dengan Arab Saudi, hanya ada 94 WNI masuk dalam Daftar Pemilih Tetap (DPT) Pemilu 2019 di Tanzania, di mana 53 orang di antaranya mencoblos surat suara di Tempat Pemungutan Suara (TPS) Dar es Salaam.

Kelompok Penyelenggara Pemungutan Suara Luar Negeri (KPPSLN) bekerjasama dengan Panitia Pemilihan Luar Negeri (PPLN) Dar es Salaam telah menyelenggarakan pemungutan suara di TPS yang bertempat di Gedung Kedutaan Besar RI (KBRI) Dar es Salaam, pada Sabtu, mulai pukul 08.00 hingga 18.00 waktu setempat (beda waktu 4 jam lebih lambat dari WIB).

Duta Besar RI untuk Tanzania Ratlan Pardede, beserta istri dan keluarga, turut menggunakan hak pilihnya di TPS tersebut, demikian keterangan tertulis KBRI Dar es Salaam yang dikutip dari Antara, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Selain melakukan pemungutan suara di TPS, sejak awal April lalu KPPSLN Dar es Salaam telah mengirimkan surat suara kepada WNI lain yang terdaftar dalam DPT dan tersebar di berbagai wilayah lain di Tanzania, yaitu Zanzibar, Arusha, Moshi, Mwanza dan Rwanda (Kigali).

Penghitungan suara Pilpres 2019 RI di Tanzania ini akan dilakukan pada 17 April, bersamaan dengan penyelenggaraan pemilu di Tanah Air.

 

 


          Mothers Lives Matter – A Call to Action to Catalyse Accountability for Maternal Deaths in Nigeria      Comment   Translate Page      

“In Rwanda, a combination of community-based health insurance, community health workers, and good external partnerships led to the steepest reductions in maternal mortality ever recorded.” — President Kagame of Rwanda at the WHO General Assembly in Geneva, 2018 Despite several discussions around “maternal mortality”, how much do people really understand about this term? Why would the president [...]

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          Comment on Libumu d’abord, ba députés ya UDPS bo boyi ko yokela Kabund, bango mpe ba lingi ko mata punda! by Kasongo      Comment   Translate Page      
Eh bandeko na biso ata bino moko, mwasi ya Tshilombo ayebi kotala mobali te soki alati malamu te, soki azo bima? Garde robe ya Félix nani azo s´occuper na yango? comment Félix oyo alati coustume ya bleu T-shirt ya orange ezobima ye na libumu na Lubumbashi? Pas la couleur orange quand même. Complet ya bleu ya style ya Kennth Kaunda, ndeko na ngai Tshilombo T-shirt ya pembe ekoleka quand même, soki oyebi ko combîner ba couleurs te benga madame quand même. Eloko mosusu na kosenga na yo, kotia épingle na cravatte ezali demodé, tala pe baninga ndenge bazali kolata na douceur avant sucre emata yo likolo ya ba stress ya ebonga. Si nous faisons très attention, na Udps histoire ezali ko se répèter, de Bruno Mawungu, Shabani, Mubake, bango nionso ba bengana bango na Udps na ndenge ya mabe, côté ya ba traîtres Kabila est arrivé à corrompre tout le monde, mutu ya suka ye moko Félix. Alors awa penza, po bomona ndenge ba rwandais basakanaka na ba congolais, pour mieux comprendre comment eux ils fonctionnent, botala video ya Marc Kabund oyo esali tour du monde na cheval, le rwandais venu d´ailleurs se réjouit de nuire le congolais qui vraiment ne sait pas dans quel environnement il se trouvait, nous sommes vraiment bêtes nous les congolais c´est ainsi nous sommes infiltrés rapidement par les rwandais. En bref l´Udps va commencer à se déboulonner de soi-même, Kabund qui avait payé très cher à cause de l´Udps avait menacé de dénoncer les rélations de Félix Tshilombo avec Kabila, il promait de faire tant des révelations en cas ou il sera déboulonner comme un chien sans merci, sera-t-il content avec le poste de vice-président de l´assemblée nationale? Il vient déjà de créer son propre parti car il le sait que les jours qu´il va rester encore dans l´Udps sont à compter, va-t-il être récuperer par la kabilie? let´s wait and see.
          Healing: one woman's journey with God after the Rwandan Genocide      Comment   Translate Page      
Twenty-five years ago, a genocide was unfolding across Rwanda, bringing the most horrifying violence and bloodshed to towns and villages. In the space of just 100 days from April to June 1994, some 800,000 Rwandans, mostly Tutsis, were to die in the Rwandan genocide. Those who survived would spend years trying to recover from the trauma they experienced.
          CcHUB Design Fellowship 2019 for Recent Graduates (Paid)      Comment   Translate Page      

Do you spend restless nights thinking of how to create sustainable solutions for social impact in Africa? If so, the CcHUB Design Fellowship is for you Application Deadline: 10th May, 2019 Eligible Countries: African countries but should be based in Rwanda or Nigeria About the Award: The 2019 CcHUB Design Fellowship is a 6-month paid immersive training and […]

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          Rwanda: Rwandans Angered By 'Le Monde' Racist Cartoon      Comment   Translate Page      
[New Times] A negationist and racist cartoon by French paper Le Monde on Friday drew the ire of many Rwandans and friends of Rwanda as the nation continued to mourn and commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
          Re: Rwanda / Burundi      Comment   Translate Page      
slt t'es toujours au Rwanda?
          Re: Au Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
I have spend a lot of time in Rwanda before. It's one of the most beautiful places in Africa. But indeed, the Rwandees are very difficult to "catch". For me they are the "oriental" of Africa. It's impossible to get info from them or you need to know them already quite some time before they are a little open for their personality. It's a pity. They are very attractive guys. Especially the Tutsi's. Unluckily i had 2 bad experiences with 2 guys i'd met there many years ago.(financially and abuse of confidence) But i am sure there are other ones.
And there are a LOT of gays. But discretely.
          Paris-Roubaix : Areruya, gloire du Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
Le Rwandais Joseph Areruya – prononcez « Alléluia » – sera, dimanche, le premier coureur noir africain à disputer « l’enfer du Nord », en pleine commémoration des 25 ans du génocide.
          Re: Rwanda / Burundi      Comment   Translate Page      
slt t'es toujours au Rwanda?
          Re: Au Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
I have spend a lot of time in Rwanda before. It's one of the most beautiful places in Africa. But indeed, the Rwandees are very difficult to "catch". For me they are the "oriental" of Africa. It's impossible to get info from them or you need to know them already quite some time before they are a little open for their personality. It's a pity. They are very attractive guys. Especially the Tutsi's. Unluckily i had 2 bad experiences with 2 guys i'd met there many years ago.(financially and abuse of confidence) But i am sure there are other ones.
And there are a LOT of gays. But discretely.
          Finding healing: one woman's journey with God after the Rwandan Genocide      Comment   Translate Page      
Twenty-five years ago, a genocide was unfolding across Rwanda, bringing the most horrifying violence and bloodshed to towns and villages. In the space of just 100 days from April to June 1994, some 800,000 Rwandans, mostly Tutsis, were to die in the Rwandan genocide. Those who survived would spend years trying to recover from the trauma they experienced.
          4/14/2019: People & Places: 9      Comment   Translate Page      
Numbering barely 500 in total, Rwandan chimpanzees live in the
          Paris-Roubaix : au milieu des favoris, un coureur rwandais      Comment   Translate Page      
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          'SIMBA ALIWA NA MAMBA' MAZEMBE vs SIMBA 4 - 1 MAGOLI YOTE 13/04/2019      Comment   Translate Page      

 SAFARI ya Simba SC katika Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika imefikia tamati leo baada ya kuchapwa mabao 4-1 na wenyeji, Tout Puissant Mazembe katika mchezo wa marudiano wa Robo Fainali jioni ya leo Uwanja wa Mazembe mjini Lubumbashi, Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo (DRC).

Kwa matokeo hayo Simba SC inatolewa kwa jumla ya mabao 4-1 baada ya sare ya 0-0 kwenye mchezo wa kwanza Jumamosi ya wiki iliyopita mjini Dar es Salaam, hivyo kushindwa kurudia rekodi yake ya mwaka 1974 kufika Nusu Fainali. 

Katika mcheze wa leo uliochezeshwa na refa Janny Sikazwe, aliyesaidiwa na Romeo Kasengele wote wa Zambia na Berhe Tesfagiorgis O'michael wa Eritrea, hadi mapumziko TP Mazembe walikuwa mbele kwa mabao 2-1.

Lakini ni Simba SC waliokuwa wa kwanza kupata bao dakika ya pili tu kupitia kwa mshambuliaji wake wa kimataifa wa Uganda, Emmanuel Arnold Okwi aliyemlamba chenga kipa Muivory Coast, Sylvain Gbohouo baada ya pasi ya kiungo Mnyarwanda, Haruna Niyonzima na kufunga kiulaini.

Mazembe ikasawazisha bao hilo dakika ya 23 kupitia kwa beki wake Mzambia Kabaso Chongo aliyemalizia pasi ya mshambuliaji Jackson Muleka baada ya kona iliyochongwa na Tressor Mputu.

Na Meschak Elia akaifungia Mazembe bao la pili dakika ya 38 kwa shuti la mguu wa kushoto akitumia makosa ya beki Mburkinabe wa Simba SC, Zana Coulibaly.
Kipindi cha pili, kocha Mbelgiji wa Simba SC, Patrick Aussems akaanza na mabadiliko mfululizo akiwatoa beki Mganda Juuko Murshid na kiungo Muzamil Yassin na kuwaingiza kiungo Mzambia Clatous Chama na mshambuliaji Mnyarwanda, Meddie Kagere.

Hayakuwa mabadiliko yenye manufaa kwa timu, kwani yaliwasaidia Mazembe kupata mabao mawili zaidi, wafungaji Tessor Mputu dakika ya 62 na Muleka dakika ya 75, huku kipa Aishi Salum Manula akifanya kazi ya ziada kuokoa michomo zaidi ya hatari.

Simba SC inarejea Dar es Salaam usiku wa leo kuelekeza nguvu zake kwenye Ligi Kuu ya Tanzania Bara ili iweze kutetea taji lake na kupata tena nafasi ya kucheza michuano ya Afrika msimu ujao. 

Kikosi cha TP Mazembe kilikuwa; Sylvain Gbohouo, Joseph Ochaya, Issama Mpeko, Chongo Kabaso, Kevin Mondeko, Nathan Sinkala, Miche Mika, Rainford Kalaba/Koffi Christian dk76, Meschak Elia, Jackson Muleka na Tressor Mputu/Glody Likonza dk85.

Simba SC; Aishi Manula, Zana Coulibaly, Mohammed Hussein ‘Tshabalala’, Erasto Nyoni, Juuko Murshid/Clatous Chama dk53, Jonas Mkude, James Kotei, Muzamil Yassin/Meddie Kagere dk46, Haruna Niyonzima, Emmanuel Okwi/Rashid Juma dk71 na John Bocco.

          Tanzania to ban plastic bags by July      Comment   Translate Page      
Tanzania has announced that it will ban single-use plastic bags by July 1. Rwanda, Kenya, South Sudan and Burundi have already banned them. FILE PHOTO | NMG In Summary. Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa told parliament this past week that polythene bags will no longer be used for commercial purposes or household packaging.
          Diskussion:Claudia Roth      Comment   Translate Page      
Grüne Roth fliegt 41 000 km, um das Klima zu retten: WP:Q und WP:NPOV, [.[WP:BIO]] hingegen liegen direkt um die Ecke! (Abschnitt gem. WP:DISK entfernt ← Nächstältere Version Version vom 14. April 2019, 02:07 Uhr Zeile 60: Zeile 60:   :Ja, Mainstream Website Angst haben. Du sehr mutig, aber hier falsch. Gehen Belegen in Wikipedia … Continua la lettura di Diskussion:Claudia Roth
          Cohors I Bracaraugustanorum      Comment   Translate Page      
Neu Neue Seite ”’Cohors I Bracaraugustanorum”’ ist die Bezeichnung mehrerer [[Auxiliartruppen|Auxiliareinheiten]] des römischen Heeres: * [[Cohors I Bracaraugustanorum (Dacia)]]. Sie ist durch [[Militärdiplom]]e von 122 bis 167/168 belegt und war in der Provinz [[Dacia inferior]] stationiert. * [[Cohors I Bracaraugustanorum (Moesia)]]. Sie ist durch Diplome von 69/79 bis 157 belegt und war in der Provinz … Continua la lettura di Cohors I Bracaraugustanorum
          Gangway      Comment   Translate Page      
Änderung 187119236 von 87.142.73.24 rückgängig gemacht; keine Verbesserung ← Nächstältere Version Version vom 14. April 2019, 02:02 Uhr Zeile 15: Zeile 15:   Eine Gangway ist in der [[Schifffahrt]] entweder festverbundener Bestandteil des Schiffes und kann aus dem Schiff ausgeklappt oder eventuell auch hydraulisch herausgeschoben oder vom [[Deck (Schiffbau)|Deck]] herabgelassen werden oder sie ist, einer … Continua la lettura di Gangway
          Dømt folkemorder ringede til Jyllands-Posten fra fængslet: »De fabrikerer beviser«      Comment   Translate Page      
Hovedperson i stor, dansk Rwanda-sag er idømt livsvarigt fængsel. Selv kalder han sagen mod ham »et politisk teater.«
          Rwanda: How Three Genocide Survivors Are Using Photography to Help Vulnerable Children      Comment   Translate Page      
[New Times] Jean Bizimana, Gadi Habumugisha and Mussa Uwitonze, are Rwandan orphans who lost their parents during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.
          Rwanda: Why West Nilers Should Not Celebrate Over Their New 'Savior'      Comment   Translate Page      
[New Times] The sustained campaign to sanitise fraudulent Rwandan businessman Tribert Rujugiro is up in earnest, especially in Uganda.
          4/15/2019: Opinion: MP lacks credibility in urging hate speech law      Comment   Translate Page      

It is an irony of some magnitude that the leading proponent of new hate speech laws in the New Zealand Parliament, Golriz Ghahraman, worked as an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), defending Simon Bikindi who was convicted...
          'murica...      Comment   Translate Page      
Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, told Breitbart News that the rallies were inspired by President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, where he pledged, “America will never be a socialist country … ever.”

“That inspired us to do this,” Martin said.

But, Martin said, the event is about more than opposing the left’s agenda.

“The people taking part in the rallies are not just standing against socialism, but are also standing up for liberty and freedom,” 

More here.

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So many 'Patriots' are so utterly clueless about the topic upon which they bloviate.

'Patriots' do not accept welfare from The State.  

'Patriots' do not work in professions that impose violations of Rightful Liberty upon their countrymen.

And the absurdity of the Tea Party holding 'rallies' on 'Tax Day' to protest 'Socialism' and oppressive government is beyond my ability to properly articulate.  The stunning failure to understand the reality in front of them is mind-boggling.

Socialism is not the problem.  Communism is not the problem.  Anarchy is not the problem.  Fascism is not the problem.  Racism is not the problem.

The problem is now and has always been with the -ist, not the -ism.

Social-ists are the problem.  Commun-ists are the problem.  Anarch-ists are the problem.

Don't fight the -ism - that is folly.

Extirpate the -ists - reduce the gene pool of the garbage.

No man or woman has ever died from an -ism.

Death is always at the hands of the -ists...

Back to the dim-wits currently struggling with knotted panties over 'Socialism' - here's a list of all the countries in the world with LOWER personal income tax rates than 'murica.  

Country
Range %
39.6 : 35
47 : 38
47.5 : 38.52
38 : 38
44 : 38
37.5 : 35
37 : 37
36 : 0
36 : 20
56.1 : 36
35.88 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 28
35 : 30
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
37 : 35
40 : 30
40 : 35
40 : 35
40 : 35
50 : 35
34 : 34
35 : 33.5
33 : 29
33 : 33
33 : 33
38.5 : 33
39 : 33
32 : 32
35 : 32
45 : 32
30 : 25
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 30
35 : 30
35 : 30
28 : 25
27.5 : 27.5
27 : 27
25 : 20
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
30 : 25
33 : 25
It is an irony of some magnitude that the leading proponent of new hate speech laws in the New Zealand Parliament, Golriz Ghahraman, worked as an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), defending Simon Bikindi who was convicted...
          Reporter's Notebook: Rwandan's Trial Triggers Memories Of Genocide      Comment   Translate Page      
Last week, at the tail end of a monthlong trial in a federal court in Boston, a tall and impeccably dressed man took the witness stand. Jean Leonard Teganya, a Rwandan, raised his hand and took an oath to tell the truth. For the next three hours, Teganya's lawyer probed where he was and what he did during the genocide that engulfed Rwanda 25 years ago. More than 800,000 people were slaughtered over the course of about three months. I sat on a wooden bench in the spectator section on the other side of the courtroom and studied Teganya. Next to me was his uncle, Greg Meyer, who had cold-called me a few days earlier to tell me about the trial. Prosecutors alleged that Teganya had taken part in rapes and killings during the 1994 genocide. Teganya was arrested in 2017 and charged with fraud and perjury when he denied carrying out these crimes in an attempt to gain asylum in the United States. Meyer believed Teganya was innocent. As a journalist, I covered the genocide from its opening days,
          Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church hosts Rwandan president, spurring outcry      Comment   Translate Page      

Activists are upset that Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County is hosting Rwandan President Paul Kagame at Sunday’s service in remembrance of the 1994 genocide in the east African country, blaming the country’s leader for brutally suppressing his opponents “to save his dictatorship.”

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          'We have become social pariahs': A Chibok mother's anguish      Comment   Translate Page      
On 14 April 2014, Boko Haram, the violent extremist group operating in the Lake Chad region, abducted 276 girls from their school dormitory in north-eastern Nigeria-- an incident that catapulted the group to global attention.

Astonishingly, 57 of the girls managed to escape en route, but the group would eventually confine 219 of them in Nigeria's vast Sambisa forest, its base since 2009.

The administration of Nigeria's President Jonathan initially denied the atrocity had happened, which fed the outrage from which the #BringBackOurGirls movement was born.

A resistance led by Nigerian women and fuelled by social media, the campaign brought unprecedented international attention to the girls' plight.

The world rallied; the Archbishop of Canterbury flew to Abuja to pray for the girls and their families, while Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai called them her "sisters." Then US first lady Michelle Obama, said she saw her "own daughters" in them and Hollywood stars lent their voices to the movement.

Out of the 219 girls stolen by Boko Haram, 107 have so far made it home: four of them by Nigerian military/ para-military intervention, and 21 of them were initially released in October 2016 after negotiations between the Buhari administration and Boko Haram, 82 more would later be freed in May 2017.

Since then, nothing more has been heard of the remaining 112 young women and five years on, the Chibok girls are no longer newsworthy.

Governments have changed, memories have faded, and new priorities set. The Chibok girls who in 2014 were poster-children of globalized outrage are now faint memories, consigned to the fringes of concern and relegated to the bottom of the agenda.

It was a reassuring moment for both the girls and their parents when President Buhari stated in his inaugural address on May 29, 2015: "We cannot claim to have defeated Boko Haram without rescuing the Chibok girls and all other innocent persons held hostage by insurgents."

In Abuja, Nigeria's capital and seat of political power, the initial promising negotiations have long since stalled.

The diminished interest and lack of public outrage over the Chibok girls is dramatized by the undulating fortunes of their parents since 2014.

Yana Galang's daughter Rifkatu was 16 when she was taken and is one of the 112 still missing, the last time we spoke she asked the most important and as yet unanswered question: "How could the world forget our children if they truly saw in them their own daughters or sisters?"

She reinforces that it is completely different for a mother. From her clothes to her cooking pots, everything around Yana reminds her of Rifkatu who she last saw when she went to school to write her final year school examinations five years ago.

Rifkatu was snatched from high school just before graduation, at a time when her mother thought the hardest part of her work was "almost done." Her memories pervade her mother's being, even in public places. The other day, Galang heard Rifkatu's favorite song from a passing vehicle, "instantly, tears started pouring from my eyes," she says.

The stark injustice of it all however for Yana is reflected in the divergence in the fortunes of those whose daughters have been returned to them and those who still pine for theirs, which threatens to fracture her community, if it has not already.

She tells of the stigmatization of their daughters still in captivity as "bad girls" who chose to stay with Boko Haram, reflecting the group's public narrative that the remaining girls elected to stay with them. "We are social pariahs," she complained as she fights back more tears of frustration.

For these mothers, the pain which started five years ago is as excruciating as ever and the memories as fresh as when the heart-breaking news of this extreme act of misogyny was first broken. They feel forgotten by a country and a world that vowed to stand with them till the end.

For the next few decades, Nigeria must not only confront the challenge of reconstructing communities but rebuild trust with victims and also address the residual and deep communal trauma.

Nigeria's Vice President was a special guest recently at the 25th national commemoration of the Rwandan genocide, where, despite challenges, significant progress has been made in sowing the seed of national unity and love in a country that faced one of the worst horrors in modern history.

Abuja can and should learn lessons from the experience in Kigali.

Five years on, Nigeria and the international community must renew their efforts to reunite these girls and every person in the grip of Boko Haram with their families. The Buhari administration has demonstrated its strong commitment towards this goal and should put it on the agenda for the reported dialogue between the government and the group.

Five years ago, the world was united in horror and outrage but has since fallen silent.

We do not know the fate of these 112 young women, and the ugly truth is that not all may have survived.

But we owe it to them, to Yana and all their families to work together to set them free.

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          4/15/2019: Opinion: MP lacks credibility in urging hate speech law      Comment   Translate Page      

It is an irony of some magnitude that the leading proponent of new hate speech laws in the New Zealand Parliament, Golriz Ghahraman, worked as an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), defending Simon Bikindi who was convicted...
          Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church hosts Rwandan president, spurring outcry      Comment   Translate Page      

Activists are upset that Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County is hosting Rwandan President Paul Kagame at Sunday’s service in remembrance of the 1994 genocide in the east African country, blaming the country’s leader for brutally suppressing his opponents “to save his dictatorship.”

...
          4/15/2019: Opinion: MP lacks credibility in urging hate speech law      Comment   Translate Page      

It is an irony of some magnitude that the leading proponent of new hate speech laws in the Ghahraman, New Zealand worked Parliament, as an intern Golriz at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), defending Simon Bikindi who was...
          Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church hosts Rwandan president, spurring outcry      Comment   Translate Page      

Activists are upset that Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County is hosting Rwandan President Paul Kagame at Sunday’s service in remembrance of the 1994 genocide in the east African country, blaming the country’s leader for brutally suppressing his opponents “to save his dictatorship.”

...
          Remarks on the 25th Anniversary of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
I am honoured to be with you on this solemn and moving occasion. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. In one of the darkest chapters in recent human history, more than one million people – overwhelmingly Tutsi, but also moderate Hutu and others who opposed the genocide […]
          #KWIBUKA25 : La Banque africaine de développement commémore la 25e commémoration du génocide contre les Tutsis au Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
C’est avec des poèmes, des vidéos et un témoignage poignant d’un ancien procureur général du Tribunal pénal international des Nations unies pour le Rwanda (TPIR) que la Banque africaine de développement (www.AfDB.org), en collaboration avec l’Ambassade du Rwanda et la communauté rwandaise en Côte d’Ivoire, a commémoré le 25eanniversaire du génocide contre les Tutsis au […]
          Nyanza: Amadini n'amatorero yibutse Jenoside aremera Intwaza #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Amadini n'amatorero y'Abaporotesitanti hamwe n'Abayisilamu bo mu Karere ka Nyanza, tariki 12 Mata 2019 bibutse Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi banaremera abakecuru batishoboye basizwe iheruheru na Jenoside.

- Kwibuka / Marie Claire Joyeuse, MobileBigStory, Nyanza
          INES-Ruhengeri: Biyemeje kurwanya ingengabitekerezo ya Jenoside bifashishije ikoranabuhanga #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Abiga mu ishuri rikuru rya INES-Ruhengeri, baravuga ko biyemeje kwifashisha ikoranabuhanga, mu rwego rwo gukumira abapfobya Jenoside n'abakwirakwiza ingengabitekerezo yayo ku mbuga nkoranyambaga.

- Kwibuka / Servilien Mutuyimana, MobileBigStory, Musanze
          Abacuruzi b'amashanyarazi y'imirasire biyemeje kumurikira ingo n'imitima #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Abakorera Ikigo ‘Ignite Power' gicuruza amashanyarazi akomoka ku mirasire y'izuba biganjemo urubyiruko bavuga ko mu gucuruza urumuri, na bo ubwabo ngo bazaba urumuri rw'abakiri mu mwijima.

- Kwibuka / Simon Kamuzinzi
          Umuyobozi wa SACCO ukekwaho kunyereza miliyoni 9 yatawe muri yombi #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Mu Karere ka Musanze guhera ku wa kane w'icyumweru gishize hatangiye kuvugwa inkuru y'umugore ukekwaho gutorokana miliyoni icyenda z'amafaranga y'u Rwanda, nyuma yo guca mu rihumye abagenzuzi b'imari bari bari kumwe.

- Kwibuka / MobileBigStory, Musanze
          Inzira y'Ubumwe n'Ubwiyunge isaba ubutwari bwa buri wese - Padiri Consolateur #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Imiryango ishingiye ku myemerere hamwe n'imiryango itegamiye kuri Leta irasabwa gufasha Abanyarwanda kwiyubaka, kurandura ingengabitekerezo ya Jenoside, kubungabunga amateka ya Jenoside no kubaka ubumuntu.

- Kwibuka / Bertrand Niwejambo
          Imiryango y'abakoraga muri BK bishwe muri Jenoside yishimiye ko bubakiwe urwibutso #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Mu gihe Banki ya Kigali (BK) yibukaga abari abakozi bayo cumi na batanu bishwe muri Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi, ku wa 12 Mata 2019, imiryango yabo yishimiye ko ku nshuro ya mbere ubwo bibukaga ku nshuro ya 25 Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi, basanze kuri BK hari Urwibutso rya Jenoside ruriho amazina y'abahoze ari abakozi b'iyo banki bishwe muri Jenoside.

- Kwibuka / Oswald Niyonzima, MobileBigStory
          Kiliziya Gatolika yasabye imbabazi kubera ibyo iherutse gutangaza #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Inama y'Abepiskopi Gatolika mu Rwanda yasohoye itangazo igamije gusaba imbabazi kubera ibyo iherutse gusaba byo korohereza abashaje cyane n'abarwaye bafungiye icyaha cya Jenoside.

- Kwibuka / Malachie Hakizimana, MobileBigStory
          Papa Francis yasomye ibirenge by'abayobozi bahanganye muri Sudani y'Amajyepfo #Rwanda via @kigalitoday      Comment   Translate Page      

Umushumba wa Kiliziya Gatolika ku isi, Papa Francis, yagaragaje uwkicisha bugufi kudasanzwe ubwo yapfukamaga agasoma ibirenge bya Perezida Salva Kiir na Riek Machar utavuga rumwe n'ubutegetsi bwe.

- Ntibisanzwe / KT Editorial, MobileBigStory
          Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church hosts Rwandan president, spurring outcry      Comment   Translate Page      

Activists are upset that Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County is hosting Rwandan President Paul Kagame at Sunday’s service in remembrance of the 1994 genocide in the east African country, blaming the country’s leader for brutally suppressing his opponents “to save his dictatorship.”

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          Joseph Areruya becomes the first black African rider to finish Paris-Roubaix      Comment   Translate Page      
Rwandan cyclist Joseph Areruya (L) of Delko-Marseille Provence-KTM during a Paris-Roubaix 2019 recon (Photo by FRANCOIS LO PRESTI / AFP/Getty Images)
The 23-year-old crossed the line but finished outside the time limit
          Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church hosts Rwandan president, spurring outcry      Comment   Translate Page      

Activists are upset that Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County is hosting Rwandan President Paul Kagame at Sunday’s service in remembrance of the 1994 genocide in the east African country, blaming the country’s leader for brutally suppressing his opponents “to save his dictatorship.”

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           Comment on The Long March to #Brexit: First opportunity to boot Parliament in the ballot box. by tom0mason       Comment   Translate Page      
And as an example of incompetent EU elite, here's a very short video of Jean-Cognac Juncker in Rwanda commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of that country's genocide. Jean-Cognac Juncker is narrowly diverted from adding to the casualty list… https://youtu.be/N1j6SVitR_w
          SCC students have pen pals in Rwanda      Comment   Translate Page      
Surry Community College Scholars of Global Distinction are getting to know students in Rwanda by being pen pals. The connection took place when Surry Community College English Instructor and Scholars of Global Distinction Advisor Sarah [...]


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