Rwanda: FPR-KAGAME yazanye indege za “drones” zo gukora ubutasi muri Afurika ibeshya ko ari izo gukoresha mu buvuzi!

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Agnès Binagwaho , ministre w'Ubuzima

Agnès Binagwaho , ministre w'Ubuzima

Imikorere ya FPR muri iki gihe irerekana ko uwo muryango nta mpuhwe ufitiye abanyarwanda. Hitwajwe iterambere n’ikoranabuhanga rya kino gihe, leta ya FPR iri kugerageza kuzana imishinga ihambaye mu gihugu, maze mu kujijisha abanyarwanda, ikababeshyako iri kubategurira imishinga yo gukemura ibibazo bibahangayikishije mu buzima bwabo bwa buri munsi. Imwe mu mishinga itekinitswe iri kugezwa ku baturage muri iki gihe ni ikinyoma cy’imishinga iri gutegurirwa muri ministere y’ubuzima. Iyo witegereje imiterere y’iyo mishinga, usanga ntaho ihuriye n’ubuzima ahubwo ari gahunda ndende yo gutegura intambara yo kwigarurira ibihugu byo mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari.
 
Minisiteri y’ubuzima, iyobowe na Docteur Agnes Binagwaho, iri guhabwa amafaranga menshi byitwa ko ari ayo gushora mu mishanga yo gukemura ibibazo by’ubuzima bw’abanyarwanda; ariko igikomeje gutangaza kandi giteye impungenge ni uko ibibazo by’ubuvuzi mu Rwanda biri kurushaho kwiyongera haba mu mijyi no mu byaro, ubuzima bw’abanyarwanda bukaba buri kurushaho gukendera. Ingero zibigaragaza ni nyinshi:
 
1.Hatanzwe amafaranga menshi cyane yo kugura inzitiramibu, nyuma bigaragara ko ayo mafaranga yanyerejwe, ministeri y’ubuzima ikagura inzitiramubu zitagira umuti.
 
2.Umubare munini w’impinja zipfa ziri kuvuka kubera ubukene kandi n’ababyeyi bamaze kubyara bagafungirwa mu bitaro kubera kubura ubwishyu!
 
3.Abaganga badahembwa bityo bigatuma badatanga service nziza ku barwayi ndetse amavuriro amwe namwe akaba atangiye kubura abaganga kuko bari guhunga ibitaro bya leta bitabahemba neza.
 
4.Mitiweri ntizikora, niyo hagize usuzumwa nta miti abona, agomba kuyigura: Urugero rwa hafi ni ibibera mu bitaro bya GAHINI aho umuyobozi w’ibyo bitaro yasabye abakozi kwiyambaza amasengesho kugira ngo ibitaro bishobore gusohoka mu bibabzo bifite.
 
5.Imiti y’imihimbano itavura indwara kandi byitwa ko mu Rwanda hari ikigo cy’ubuziranenge! Kubera ruswa, imiti myinshi igurishwa mu Rwanda ni magendu kuburyo hari imiti ikoze mu ifu y’imyumbati!
 
Umushinga wo kugeza imiti mu giturage hakoreshejwe indege bita Drones
 
Mbere yo kubonera ibisubizo bihamye ibibazo tumaze kuvuga hejuru biri kumunga ubuvuzi mu Rwanda; leta ya FPR-Kagame izanye umushinga w’icyaduka wo gukoresha indege zitagira umupilote zitwa Drone muguteza ubuvuzi imbere!  Ubusanzwe DRONE ni indege zihenze cyane, zikaba zikoresha ikoranabuhanga rigezweho mu bikorwa by’ubutasi no kugaba ibitero ku mwanzi mu bihe by’intambara cyangwa se zigakoreshwa mu bundi buhanga bunyuranye bwo kugenzura imihindagurikire y’ikirere.
 
Ubuhanga bwo gukoresha indege za drone bufitwe n’ibihugu by’ibihangange ku isi, akaba ariyo mpamvu  mu mwaka w’2012 ubwo ONU yafataga icyemezo cyo kuzikoresha mu gihugu cya Congo (RDC), leta  y’u Rwanda yarwanyije bikomeye icyo cyemezo kuko yavugaga ko izo ndege ari izo gukora ubutasi ku bihugu biri mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari! Muri icyo gihe leta y’u Rwanda yashinjwaga gufasha umutwe wa M23 watezaga umutekano mucye muri Congo, bigatuma itinya ko ubufasha yahaga uwo mutwe buhita bumenyekana vuba cyane!
 
Muri iki gihe u Rwanda ruri gushinjwa bikomeye guteza umutekano mucye mu bihugu byo mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari kandi bikaba bizwi ko ibihugu by’ibihangange kuri iyi si bishyigikiye leta  ya Paul Kagame muguhungabanya umutekano w’akarere kose; nibwo leta y‘u Rwanda yemeye umushinga wo kubaka ikibuga cy’indege za drone mu Rwanda kandi yararwanyaga ko zizanwa muri Congo! Amakuru agera kuri “veritasinfo” agaragaza ko leta ya Paul Kagame yahawe amafaranga menshi n’ibihugu by’ibihangange kugirango bishobore gukoresha ikirere cy’u Rwanda hakoreshejwe drone mu kugenzura Afurika yose! Mu rwego rwo kujijisha ibihugu bibangamiwe cyane n’ubutasi bw’ibihugu by’ibihangange, u Rwanda rwahimbye ikinyoma cy’uko izo drone zizakoreshwa mu kugemura ibikoresho n’imiti ku mavuriro yo mu Rwanda!
 
Nyuma y’aho u Rwanda rufatiwe ibyemezo bikomeye byo guhagarikirwa cyangwa kugabanyirizwa inkunga y’amafaranga kubera ibikorwa byo gufasha umutwe wa M23, Leta ya Paul Kagame yafashe ibyemezo bikaze byo guhangana n’icyo cyuho rwagize ariko gahunda zarwo zigakomeza. Zimwe mu ngamba rwafashe ni uko amabuye y’agaciro rwasahuye muri Congo rwabitse rwagombaga kuyagurisha agasimbura izo mfashanyo abazungu bahagaritse, ariko abazungu bahise bakomanyiriza ayo mabuye ku isoko ry’i Burayi n’Amerika, Kagame yiyemeza kugurisha ayo mabuye muri Aziya ku giciro cyo hasi cyane.
 
Hafashwe ibyemezo byo kwambura abantu bikorera ku giti cyabo imitungo yabo ababyanze bakabizira nk’uko byagendekeye umunyemari Rwigara Assinapol. Kugira ngo leta ye idahungabana kubera ubukungu Paul Kagame yiyemeje gusanga igihugu cya Israël, yemera ko azafata impunzi zose z’abanyafurika bahungiye muri icyo gihugu akazituza i Kigali ariko bakamuha ifaranga ritubutse; impunzi za mbere zagejejwe i Kigali, zihera ku kibuga cy’indege i Kanombe, ubu ntawe uzi aho zarengeye, imiryango irengera uburenganzira bw’ikiremwamuntu yarasakuje bituma Israël igenza amaguru macye muri icyo kibazo bityo ifaranga yageneye Paul Kagame ntiryashobora kwinjira ryose!
 
Kuva kera igihugu cya Leta Zunze Ubumwe z’Amerika cyifuje kugira ubutaka mu Rwanda (Bugesera) kuko cyasanze ari ahantu heza hashobora kugifasha kugenzura isi yose kubera imiterere yaho! Icyo kifuzo bakigejeje kuri Perezida Grégoire Kayibanda aracyanga, perezida Habyarimana Juvénal nawe yanze guha abanyamerika ubutaka mu Rwanda. Ikizwi cyo ni uko Paul Kagame yemereye abanyamerika kubaka ikigo cya gisilikare mu Bugesera ndetse n’ikibuga cy’indege ariko bitewe ni uko Kagame yagiye asuzugura kenshi ibyo yasabwaga n’abanyamerika mu ntambara za Congo byatumye bifata, imishinga yose yari itegerejwe mu Bugesera iradindira!
 
Nubwo bimeze gutyo abanyamerika ntibarambitse umushinga wabo wo kugenzura isi bari k'ubutaka bw'u Rwanda, bitewe ni uko Paul Kagame afite ibibazo by’ubukungu, akaba kandi ashaka gukomeza kwifashisha abanyamerika kugirango akomeze kugira ijambo mu karere kose, yemeye amafaranga menshi yahawe n’abanyamerika kugira ngo bashyire ikigo cy’ubutasi bw’indege za drone mu Rwanda!  Ntabwo u Rwanda ari igihugu kinini cyane muri Afurika kuburyo kiyambaza drone, u Rwanda rwabuze imishahara y’abaganga, nta miti rufite … none ngo rubonye ubushobozi bwo gukoresha Drone mu buzuzi!
 
Ikinyoma nk’iki bazakibeshye abahinde, ahubwo uyu mushinga wa drone n’uwo gukora ubutasi ku bihugu by’Afurika ariko n’ubwo Kagame yizeye ko ubwo butasi buzabangamira abandi, nawe ararye ari menjye kuko igihe uwo muzungu azashaka kumugirira nabi bitazamugora na gato kuko azamutumaho drone ziri i Kigali! Umugabo Laurent Bgabgo wayoboraga igihugu cya Cote d’Ivoire yemeye ko igihugu cy’Ubufaransa gishyira ikigo cya gisilikare mu gihugu cye, nyuma abo basilikare b’abafaransa bari mu gihugu cye nibo bamutaye muri yombi bamujyana i La Haye mu rukiko mpuzamahanga mpanabyaha!
 
Ingero nk’izo ni nyinshi ariko icyo twabwira abanyarwanda ni uko ntakizahinduka mu buzima bwabo ngo bitewe n'uko Paul Kagame azakoresha drone mu buvuzi ahubwo ni ukugira ngo yibonere ifaranga!
 
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NGABO 20/05/2016 18:57

Drones zirahari nyine muzibeshye ngo mugarutse gukora genocide mu Rwanda ayo mabinga tuyashwanyuze.

cyizayves 19/05/2016 12:13

Rita nahise mbona ko bakoresheje amazina yawe !hacking iteye imbere! hari ikintu cyizatuma ntazigera mbakuraho igitutu cyane aba bajyanjiri birirwa bandika ngo banga abatutsi!niko basha abatutsi barishwe ntibashira sha!banze umugayo kdi urugendo rwo kubaho rurakomeje.Nibyo mpora mbwira abantu ntariko menya inkotanyi zaratanze isomo ryo murwego ruhanitse. nawe se reba nkuyu uhise avuga ngo drones Kagame azazifashisha mugutata Africa! !!!! hari ibintu nishimira nubishaka ubyemere!ibi binyereka ubuhangange bwu uyu mu president .Kubera ko mu muzi icyo akoze cyose cyiba cyibateye ubwoba.

MABYA 18/05/2016 21:18

abatutsi baransetsa iyo bavuga ngo bazi iyo bajya niyo bava.

Rita 18/05/2016 18:46

Kwiyitirira Rita ni uguta umwanya!! Nge Rita ibitekerezo byange ni ibyumuntu uzi iyo yavuye, nkaba nzi aho njya. Ntago ndi Umuhezanguni. Simfuka amaso nkuko mubikora, ukuri kuriho nzakuvuga, nzaharanira gukunda igihugu cyambyaye. Mwe koko ubwo ntimwapfuye muhagaze???? Murasebya ababingingira gutaha, bakarenza amaso amabi mwakoze!! Mwafatiranye ayo mahirwe koko??? Ngo igihoni nticyumva ihoni. Nimuve mu mashyamba sha atazabakenya

Munyarukato 18/05/2016 17:24

Ariko abatutsi ubanza amaraso y'abahutu twamennye yaradupfutse ubwonko. Uzi ko ntakindi umututsi ashoboye usibye kwica no gucura amagambo! !
Nkuyu mutindi wiyitirira izina ryanjye asingiza abayobozi b'igihugu arumva atavomera mu rutete!!
Umuntu wese uza hano ku mbuga azi neza ibitekerezo byanjye kp nabiyunguruyemo amacakubiri abatutsi twonka mu mabere ya ba Mama.
Usibye hano kandi jye nkoresha ama conférences hirya no hino nigishamo kuroga, kwica , nkavugira ku maradio hafi ya yose mu karere aho nigisha abatutsi benewacu batunzwe no kunywa amaraso ( amaraso ubu agiye kuzajya agemurwa na drone) ubugomeko n'ubugori ariko nabasaba ko bava ibuzimu bakarwanya ubuyobozi bubi bw'igihugu maze bakabohora urwababyaye cg bagasaba inkunga abahutu
Wowe unyiyitirira rero urata igihe kuko dusangiye ubwoko tutsi ariko ntidusangiye imitekerezo.

Munyarukato

Rita a.k.a munyarukato 18/05/2016 17:03

ndabasavye imbabazi rwose kuko ubugoryi narimaze igihe nandika hano nabaga ngirango ndebe niba koko abahutu mwarahumutse ! biranshimishije cyane kuko s'ubwenge gusa musigaye mufite ahubwo mwabaye ba Einstein na ba Newton mwese .

Munyarukato 18/05/2016 15:59

Ariko abahutu ubanza amaraso y'abatutsi twamennye yaradupfutse ubwonko. Uzi ko ntakindi umuhutu ashoboye usibye kwica no gucura amagambo! !
Nkuyu mutindi wiyitirira izina ryanjye asebya abayobozi b'igihugu arumva atavomera mu rutete!!
Umuntu wese uza hano ku mbuga azi neza ibitekerezo byanjye kp nabiyunguruyemo amacakubiri abahutu twonka mu mabere ya ba Mama.
Usibye hano kandi jye nkoresha ama conférences hirya no hino, nkavugira ku maradio hafi ya yose mu karere aho nigisha abahutu benewacu batunzwe no kunywa amaraso ( indacumura) ko bava ibuzimu bakegera ubuyobozi bwiza bw'igihugu maze bagakanirwa urubakwiye cg bakababarirwa.
Wowe unyiyitirira rero urata igihe kuko dusangiye ubwoko hutu ariko ntidusangiye imitekerezo.

Munyarukato

Ange 18/05/2016 15:34

Niyise Rita hano ntibibatangaze.
Papa ni rupfu rulya ntiruhage.
Arwaye mu mutwe.
Aramwishe muganga we wamuvuraga ibisazi ; aramwishe Karegeya .Assinapol .abasore babatutsi yiciye mu rugano ngo batazamutanga ubutegetsi .........
Yarasaze ni jye ubibabwiye.

Munyarukato 18/05/2016 14:53

Aliko inyenzi nibigolyi yeeee!!! Njye rwose ubwenge birirwa bavuga ngo abatutsi bafite narabubuze pe!
Ngo drones zo gukwirakwiza imiti???????????? Aliko mwa ntindi zinyenzi mwe, aho ntimwibeshya ko kuba mwarahinduye amazina mazima ya za prefegitura, na za komini na za segiteri byibagije abanyarwanda na geographie y'u Rwanda?????

Urwanda rufite imisozi, ibibaya n'ahantu henshi hari imihanda mibi, aliko ndahirango mbabwire ko nta nahamwe hali ivuliro imodoka itagera. Nta na hamwe! Ali nayo mpamvu ziliya nyenzi z'abatutsi zanditse iliya nkuru zilinze kugira aho zivumvura ko hazatangwa iyo miti kuko abantu bahita bazinyomoza.

Ikindi kandi urwo rukundo izo nzoka zaba zikunze abo bahutu bo mu byaro ubungubu muri 2016 zitabakunze kuva Kagitumba ni uruhe? Ku buryo noneho zabazanira drones? Aliko ntawabarenganya abatutsi n'ubugolyi bwabo, ntabwo waba warakuliye mu mibyuko utunzwe namase yinka, noneho kuli noheli akaba alibwo unywa amaganga, warangiza ngo uzagire ubwonko buzima butekereza neza.

Ubwonko bwinyenzi bwuzuyemo amase namaraso gusa

Inyenzi zabatutsi zose zitekereza kimwe, zitekereza ibintu bitatu gusa: amaraso, amase n'amaganga. Ibyo kandi akaba ali ntahandi zibikomora hatari kuri shebuja wazo iliya Ngegera Rukarabankaba Rubebe Mayibobo Ruzagayura Nkoramaraso Rugalikingogo Rutindi Runyenzi Gipfayongo Nkongoro Nkunguzi Warupyisi Nyakabwana Mushushwe Madwedwe Myinyo Kajosi Ruzingo Tugufwa Nkandagirabitabo Nyagasega Gisahiranda Gafuni Ndayimanga Kazuru Kandoyi Rushinyika Rushofeli Cyiyoni Shitani Rupfu Ngoto Pilato aliwe umwicanyi Ruharwa aliwe Pawulo Kagome!!!


Munyarukato

kilimambogo boys 18/05/2016 16:38

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH ndasetse kugeza igihe ndira kubera uku kuri wanditse hano !

bantou clan l' Afrique nourrit la france 18/05/2016 14:50

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyBIbI8GKKU

Rita 18/05/2016 13:58

Ese mushinzwe iki? Mwanze gutaha ngo turwubake. Nimuhame inyuma y'Ikibuga rero. Muhora mukanuye murebuzwa se kwigaragambya niyo byaba ni ubwa mbere bibaye ku isi? Musome uko abacungagereza bo mu Bubiligi baherutse kwigaragambya. Kandi rero nta nkunga tubasabye!! Hababaje ibyanyu murebera inyuma y'ikibuga. Dufite Umutoza usobanutse we!!! Mufunge kinwa

Amateshwa 18/05/2016 13:28

le jeton CSRF est invalide urata igihe! uri umuswa!!!!!

IMYIGARAGAMBYO MU RWANDA(NGOMA) 18/05/2016 12:39

Ngoma: Nyuma y’amezi atatu badahembwa abakozi bigaragambije





Amakuru | Yashyizwe ku rubuga na Chief Editor   Kuwa 18/05/2016 Saa 12:15





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Abaturage babarirwa mu magana bakora imirimo yo gucukura amaterasi ndinganire mu murenge wa Remera mu kagali ka Bugera kuri uyu wa gatatu mu gitondo bataye akazi bajya mu mihanda berekeza ku murenge wa Remera bagaragaza akababaro bafite.

Bamwe mu bigaragambyaga biganjemo urubyiruko, bavuga ko bibababaje kumara amezi atatu badahembwa
Bamwe mu bigaragambyaga biganjemo urubyiruko, bavuga ko bibababaje kumara amezi atatu badahembwa

Aba baturage bavuga ko bamaze amezi atatu badahembwa, bavuga ko ubuzima bubakomereye mu gihe baramukira mu materasi bagataha ukwezi kugashira ukundi ku kaza ntibahembwe.

Berekeza ku murenge bari mu muhanda bahagaritswe na Police ibabuza gukomeza kwigaragambya mu buryo butemewe n’amategeko.

Hahita hatumizwa abayobozi b’Umurenge na Police bose hamwe bicara hamwe babagira inama birahosha.

Aba baturage bakorera umushinga wa MINAGRI witwa RSSPL-WH ugamije iterambere ry’icyaro mu karere ka Ngoma ari nawo wabahaye akazi ko gucukura aya materasi.

Ubuyobozi bw’uyu mushinga buvuga ko icyatumye aba bakozi batinda kwishyurwa ari uko amafaranga yayobye ntazire igihe gusa ngo bitarenze ejo kuwa kane bazaba bishyuwe.

Bahagaritse akazi bagana k'Umurenge bagaragaza akababaro batewe no kudahembwa
Bahagaritse akazi bagana k’Umurenge bagaragaza akababaro batewe no kudahembwa

Bavugaga ko ababkoresha batitaye ku buzima bwabo n'imiryango yabo
Bavugaga ko ababkoresha batitaye ku buzima bwabo n’imiryango yabo

Inkuru irambuye mukanya….

kilimambogo boys 18/05/2016 16:43

Nibyo koko se ?! izi zabihehe zinanirwa no kuriha abarimu ariko ngo zizanye drone ! ngirango nizo gutwara imiti y'ibisazi yo kuvura inyenzi zene wabo kuko ntanimwe isigaye itarwaye mumutwe uhereye kuri rujonjori ...

Rita 18/05/2016 11:51

Yewe mwarasaze!! Intore izirusha intambwe itwinjije mu iterambere rikomeye. Bibarye!! Isi nimuyimaze amaguru tu!!

kilimambogo boys 18/05/2016 16:45

ngo intore izirusha ... ahubwo vuga uti inyo irusha izindi kunuka

EAGLES ATTACKING DRONES IN RWANDA 18/05/2016 11:08

Police set to use EAGLES to foil terrorist drone attacks: Scotland Yard confirms birds of prey could be used to intercept aircraft after video showed one being plucked from the sky
•Met Police confirmed it is considering using eagles to intercept drones
•Idea came after YouTube video of eagle plucking drone in the Netherlands
•Video caught attention of Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

By Tom Witherow For The Daily Mail

Published: 01:49, 8 February 2016 | Updated: 08:02, 8 February 2016










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The Metropolitan Police is so worried about the potential for terrorist drone attacks it is investigation using eagles to take them out, the force confirmed last night.

In the high-tech world of modern policing, Scotland Yard are looking into training crack teams of birds to intercept the remote controlled devices.

The idea was sparked by a YouTube video of an eagle plucking a small drone from the sky in the Netherlands, which caught the attention of Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, The Times reported.

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He spoke enthusiastically at a management meeting about the project and a chief inspector was sent to see whether it could work in the capital.

Drones, pilot-less aircraft which are controlled remotely, have developed considerably in recent years: prices have fallen and some drones can now fly for up to twenty minutes on one charge.

But they can also carry greater weights, raising concerns they could deliver bombs into buildings such as offices.

They are also currently being used to smuggle packages containing items such as drugs into prisons.





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The safety of helicopters and passenger jets has also been threatened - seven near misses were recorded by the Civil Aviation Authority recorded seven incidents from May 2014 to March last year, and there were 20 'suspicious' incidents were recorded by the Met between January 2013 and last August.

Police guidelines warn that officers should not seize drones apart from in 'exceptional circumstances', such as a threat to life.

Drones are already being used by police officers to capture footage on difficult terrain, including cliffs and woodland.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said last night: 'As would be expected in an organisation that is transforming we take an interest in all innovative new ideas and will of course be looking at the work of the Dutch police use of eagles.

He added: 'It's just part of modern policing. We keep a view on what's going to work in the UK by looking around the World and in Europe.'

Mark Wiebe, innovation manager for the Dutch police, said it was dangerous to shoot down drones, adding: 'The bird sees the drone as prey and takes it to a safe area, a place where he does not suffer from other birds or humans.








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Lee, St Pardoux Isaac, France, 3 months ago

stupid idea, has anybody seen what carbon blades turning at approx 4000 rpm does to flesh. RSPCA might have something to say about this idea.







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Sassypoos, Surrey, United Kingdom, 3 months ago

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A 4 bore punt gun is infinitely cheaper and would be completely successful at getting shut of a drone







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Sugarmann, London, United Kingdom, 3 months ago

Police use eagles to combat drones..........I've heard more sensible things on The Day Today!







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lodge60, abergavenny, 3 months ago

Just shows how dumb plod is. Apart from all the obvious problems, what happens after dark when drones are most likely to be used? Eagles have very poor vision at night, and would be useless.







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BagLady, Sihanoukville, Cambodia, 3 months ago

Not sure how flying eagles over Heathrow Airport would work with incoming jets sucking them into the engines. How many eagles would they need and where would they be stationed? How long would it take to launch them once a drone had been sighted? Couldn't they get distracted and catch a pigeon or, better still, a pesky seagull instead? All sounds a bit far fetched. Wonderful things drones. Son-in-law got one for Xmas and flies it all over the house taking photos and breaking ornaments. He's a commercial pilot so not much good at the controls!







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Glynn13, Churchill, 3 months ago

Met Police to employ eagles, at least the Mets IQ level will increase!







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Standupforit, East Anglia, United Kingdom, 3 months ago

One heck of a headline - "Police CONFIRM that eagles COULD be used!" - I expect a lot of things "could be used!"







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ouchagain, Ruthin, United Kingdom, 3 months ago

Why are we so complacent re drones spying on us when we have no idea they are - we have a right to privacy under EU law !







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Media paranoia, my quads have cameras and have no interest whatsoever in spying on people.







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RamblingsofaMadman, Oxford, United Kingdom, 3 months ago

Eagles attack drones in their territory. You will not train them to take them down.







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Ramblings - did you not read the article?







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PAUL KAGAME IS IDIOT 18/05/2016 09:40

Burundi and Rwanda: East Africa’s Bad Neighbors

By Conor Gaffey On 5/17/16 at 5:38 PM


Paul Kagame and Pierre NkurunzizaRwandan President Paul Kagame (foreground) and Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza (background), pictured at a media briefing in Kigali, Rwanda, November 29, 2005, have locked horns over the political crisis in Burundi.JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images


For much of the 20th century, Burundi and Rwanda could not have been closer.

The two tiny Great Lakes countries were administered as the single kingdom of Ruanda-Urundi as part of the Belgian colonial empire in Africa, only emerging as independent nations in the early 1960s. Since then, there have been tragic similarities in the two countries’ paths.
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Rwanda suffered a devastating genocide in 1994, when an estimated 800,000 people—mostly members of the Tutsi ethnic group, but also moderate Hutus—were slaughtered by Hutu extremists. Burundi, which has a similar ethnic makeup to Rwanda—about 85 percent Hutu and 15 percent Tutsi—also experienced a massive loss of life during a 12-year civil war, fought between 1993 and 2005 largely along ethnic lines, which claimed around 300,000 lives.

Now, the two countries appear to be poles apart, despite a shared border that stretches for hundreds of kilometers. The political crisis that has engulfed Burundi since President Pierre Nkurunziza put himself forward for a third term in April 2015 has led to a series of allegations and counter-allegations between the two states. These tensions have culminated in Rwanda expelling up to 1,500 Burundian refugees over the past week in an apparent warning shot to its troubled neighbor.

Rwanda has been critical of Nkurunziza’s decision to stay in power from the outset. The ensuing crisis has claimed more than 400 lives in Burundi and displaced more than 260,000 refugees. Rwanda has been the second-highest recipient of Burundian refugees, taking in almost 78,000 (Tanzania has borne the greatest burden, receiving a huge 138,000 refugees). Rwandan President Paul Kagame used a speech in November 2015 to implore the Burundian leader to reconsider his decision in order to avoid a repeat of the genocide Rwanda experienced in Burundi. “They should have learned the lesson of our history,” said Kagame.

Kagame’s pleas to Nkurunziza have been somewhat watered down by the fact he himself is seeking an extended stay in office, following a referendum in Rwanda in December 2015, in which voters backed a change of the constitution to allow the president to seek a third presidential term.




Burundi has refused to take such criticism lying down and has leveled accusations against its neighbor of meddling in its internal affairs. Specifically, Burundi says that Rwanda has been recruiting Burundian refugees into armed militias aimed at overthrowing the Nkurunziza government. U.S. advocacy group Refugees International alleged in a December 2015 report that it had evidence of up to 80 cases of Burundians resident in Rwanda’s biggest camp being recruited, with the rebels looking to establish a 5,000-strong force. These allegations were backed up by a United Nations report leaked in February and U.S. officials, who have raised concerns about Rwanda “destabilizing” its neighbor.

Rwandan officials have consistently denied the allegations and the Rwandan foreign ministry announced in February that it would be relocating Burundian refugees to third countries due to the “growing risks to our national security and the Burundian impasse and misunderstandings in our foreign relations.” “This is one of the most fractious periods in Rwanda-Burundi relations in a very long time,” says Phil Clark, an expert in the politics of the Great Lakes region at SOAS, University of London.

Rwanda does have history of supporting armed rebellion in neighboring countries—the government in Kigali has supported various revolutions in Democratic Republic of Congo over the past few decades and in 2012 was accused by a U.N. panel of experts of having direct control over rebels including the M23, which failed to overthrow the government of Congolese President Joseph Kabila during a one-and-a-half year rebellion in eastern Congo.

According to Clark, however, the Burundian opposition “doesn’t bear the hallmarks of rebellions backed by Rwanda.” Burundi’s rebel groups are scattered and have had little impact on Nkurunziza’s position, instead resorting to tit-for-tat killings.

Burundian refugees in Rwanda. Burundian refugees wait for soap and blanets in Bugesera, Rwanda, April 10, 2015. Burundi has accused Rwanda of recruiting some of its refugees into armed opposition groups. STEPHANIE AGLIETTI/AFP/Getty Images

The relationship between the two countries is complicated further by their close economic ties. Burundi and Rwanda are both part of a six-country regional trading bloc called the East African Community (EAC), with Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and the recently-admitted South Sudan the other members.

The EAC is supposed to function in a similar manner to the European Union, with goods and people moving freely across borders in the name of trade. The crisis in Burundi has damaged these economic links, however, with the vast majority of Rwandan traders reportedly suspending operations in Burundi due to insecurity. Rwandan trade minister Francois Kanimba said in January that exports to Burundi had been reduced by as much as 20 percent due to the crisis.

Rwanda has taken a backseat in EAC attempts to resolve Burundi’s problems, with Uganda taking the lead in arranging peace talks between the government and opposition figures. The process has stalled, however, as Uganda prepared to hold elections in February and has been dealing with their aftermath. A visit to Burundi by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in February raised hopes that peace talks could be revived following a pledge by Nkurunziza to participate, as well as freeing 2,000 prisoners. But violence has persisted, with the president condemning the killing of a senior army general by rebels in a gun and rocket attack in Bujumbura in April.

With no political solution to Burundi’s problems in sight and Nkurunziza bedding down for the long haul, Clark predicts that Rwanda and Burundi will remain distant neighbors. “This is going to continue to be a very difficult relationship, especially if Nkurunziza remains in power. There’s no question that Kigali sees Nkurunziza as the problem... [but] Nkurunziza is digging his heels in,” says Clark. “This sends a message to Rwanda that they should expect the status quo to hold, at least for the next year or so.”

Rwandan genocide

INYENZI :Very bad idiots 18/05/2016 09:39

Burundi and Rwanda: East Africa’s Bad Neighbors

By Conor Gaffey On 5/17/16 at 5:38 PM


Paul Kagame and Pierre NkurunzizaRwandan President Paul Kagame (foreground) and Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza (background), pictured at a media briefing in Kigali, Rwanda, November 29, 2005, have locked horns over the political crisis in Burundi.JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images


For much of the 20th century, Burundi and Rwanda could not have been closer.

The two tiny Great Lakes countries were administered as the single kingdom of Ruanda-Urundi as part of the Belgian colonial empire in Africa, only emerging as independent nations in the early 1960s. Since then, there have been tragic similarities in the two countries’ paths.
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Rwanda suffered a devastating genocide in 1994, when an estimated 800,000 people—mostly members of the Tutsi ethnic group, but also moderate Hutus—were slaughtered by Hutu extremists. Burundi, which has a similar ethnic makeup to Rwanda—about 85 percent Hutu and 15 percent Tutsi—also experienced a massive loss of life during a 12-year civil war, fought between 1993 and 2005 largely along ethnic lines, which claimed around 300,000 lives.

Now, the two countries appear to be poles apart, despite a shared border that stretches for hundreds of kilometers. The political crisis that has engulfed Burundi since President Pierre Nkurunziza put himself forward for a third term in April 2015 has led to a series of allegations and counter-allegations between the two states. These tensions have culminated in Rwanda expelling up to 1,500 Burundian refugees over the past week in an apparent warning shot to its troubled neighbor.

Rwanda has been critical of Nkurunziza’s decision to stay in power from the outset. The ensuing crisis has claimed more than 400 lives in Burundi and displaced more than 260,000 refugees. Rwanda has been the second-highest recipient of Burundian refugees, taking in almost 78,000 (Tanzania has borne the greatest burden, receiving a huge 138,000 refugees). Rwandan President Paul Kagame used a speech in November 2015 to implore the Burundian leader to reconsider his decision in order to avoid a repeat of the genocide Rwanda experienced in Burundi. “They should have learned the lesson of our history,” said Kagame.

Kagame’s pleas to Nkurunziza have been somewhat watered down by the fact he himself is seeking an extended stay in office, following a referendum in Rwanda in December 2015, in which voters backed a change of the constitution to allow the president to seek a third presidential term.




Burundi has refused to take such criticism lying down and has leveled accusations against its neighbor of meddling in its internal affairs. Specifically, Burundi says that Rwanda has been recruiting Burundian refugees into armed militias aimed at overthrowing the Nkurunziza government. U.S. advocacy group Refugees International alleged in a December 2015 report that it had evidence of up to 80 cases of Burundians resident in Rwanda’s biggest camp being recruited, with the rebels looking to establish a 5,000-strong force. These allegations were backed up by a United Nations report leaked in February and U.S. officials, who have raised concerns about Rwanda “destabilizing” its neighbor.

Rwandan officials have consistently denied the allegations and the Rwandan foreign ministry announced in February that it would be relocating Burundian refugees to third countries due to the “growing risks to our national security and the Burundian impasse and misunderstandings in our foreign relations.” “This is one of the most fractious periods in Rwanda-Burundi relations in a very long time,” says Phil Clark, an expert in the politics of the Great Lakes region at SOAS, University of London.

Rwanda does have history of supporting armed rebellion in neighboring countries—the government in Kigali has supported various revolutions in Democratic Republic of Congo over the past few decades and in 2012 was accused by a U.N. panel of experts of having direct control over rebels including the M23, which failed to overthrow the government of Congolese President Joseph Kabila during a one-and-a-half year rebellion in eastern Congo.

According to Clark, however, the Burundian opposition “doesn’t bear the hallmarks of rebellions backed by Rwanda.” Burundi’s rebel groups are scattered and have had little impact on Nkurunziza’s position, instead resorting to tit-for-tat killings.

Burundian refugees in Rwanda. Burundian refugees wait for soap and blanets in Bugesera, Rwanda, April 10, 2015. Burundi has accused Rwanda of recruiting some of its refugees into armed opposition groups. STEPHANIE AGLIETTI/AFP/Getty Images

The relationship between the two countries is complicated further by their close economic ties. Burundi and Rwanda are both part of a six-country regional trading bloc called the East African Community (EAC), with Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and the recently-admitted South Sudan the other members.

The EAC is supposed to function in a similar manner to the European Union, with goods and people moving freely across borders in the name of trade. The crisis in Burundi has damaged these economic links, however, with the vast majority of Rwandan traders reportedly suspending operations in Burundi due to insecurity. Rwandan trade minister Francois Kanimba said in January that exports to Burundi had been reduced by as much as 20 percent due to the crisis.

Rwanda has taken a backseat in EAC attempts to resolve Burundi’s problems, with Uganda taking the lead in arranging peace talks between the government and opposition figures. The process has stalled, however, as Uganda prepared to hold elections in February and has been dealing with their aftermath. A visit to Burundi by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in February raised hopes that peace talks could be revived following a pledge by Nkurunziza to participate, as well as freeing 2,000 prisoners. But violence has persisted, with the president condemning the killing of a senior army general by rebels in a gun and rocket attack in Bujumbura in April.

With no political solution to Burundi’s problems in sight and Nkurunziza bedding down for the long haul, Clark predicts that Rwanda and Burundi will remain distant neighbors. “This is going to continue to be a very difficult relationship, especially if Nkurunziza remains in power. There’s no question that Kigali sees Nkurunziza as the problem... [but] Nkurunziza is digging his heels in,” says Clark. “This sends a message to Rwanda that they should expect the status quo to hold, at least for the next year or so.”

Rwandan genocide

RWANDA is a bad neighbour 18/05/2016 09:39

Burundi and Rwanda: East Africa’s Bad Neighbors

By Conor Gaffey On 5/17/16 at 5:38 PM


Paul Kagame and Pierre NkurunzizaRwandan President Paul Kagame (foreground) and Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza (background), pictured at a media briefing in Kigali, Rwanda, November 29, 2005, have locked horns over the political crisis in Burundi.JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images


For much of the 20th century, Burundi and Rwanda could not have been closer.

The two tiny Great Lakes countries were administered as the single kingdom of Ruanda-Urundi as part of the Belgian colonial empire in Africa, only emerging as independent nations in the early 1960s. Since then, there have been tragic similarities in the two countries’ paths.
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Rwanda suffered a devastating genocide in 1994, when an estimated 800,000 people—mostly members of the Tutsi ethnic group, but also moderate Hutus—were slaughtered by Hutu extremists. Burundi, which has a similar ethnic makeup to Rwanda—about 85 percent Hutu and 15 percent Tutsi—also experienced a massive loss of life during a 12-year civil war, fought between 1993 and 2005 largely along ethnic lines, which claimed around 300,000 lives.

Now, the two countries appear to be poles apart, despite a shared border that stretches for hundreds of kilometers. The political crisis that has engulfed Burundi since President Pierre Nkurunziza put himself forward for a third term in April 2015 has led to a series of allegations and counter-allegations between the two states. These tensions have culminated in Rwanda expelling up to 1,500 Burundian refugees over the past week in an apparent warning shot to its troubled neighbor.

Rwanda has been critical of Nkurunziza’s decision to stay in power from the outset. The ensuing crisis has claimed more than 400 lives in Burundi and displaced more than 260,000 refugees. Rwanda has been the second-highest recipient of Burundian refugees, taking in almost 78,000 (Tanzania has borne the greatest burden, receiving a huge 138,000 refugees). Rwandan President Paul Kagame used a speech in November 2015 to implore the Burundian leader to reconsider his decision in order to avoid a repeat of the genocide Rwanda experienced in Burundi. “They should have learned the lesson of our history,” said Kagame.

Kagame’s pleas to Nkurunziza have been somewhat watered down by the fact he himself is seeking an extended stay in office, following a referendum in Rwanda in December 2015, in which voters backed a change of the constitution to allow the president to seek a third presidential term.




Burundi has refused to take such criticism lying down and has leveled accusations against its neighbor of meddling in its internal affairs. Specifically, Burundi says that Rwanda has been recruiting Burundian refugees into armed militias aimed at overthrowing the Nkurunziza government. U.S. advocacy group Refugees International alleged in a December 2015 report that it had evidence of up to 80 cases of Burundians resident in Rwanda’s biggest camp being recruited, with the rebels looking to establish a 5,000-strong force. These allegations were backed up by a United Nations report leaked in February and U.S. officials, who have raised concerns about Rwanda “destabilizing” its neighbor.

Rwandan officials have consistently denied the allegations and the Rwandan foreign ministry announced in February that it would be relocating Burundian refugees to third countries due to the “growing risks to our national security and the Burundian impasse and misunderstandings in our foreign relations.” “This is one of the most fractious periods in Rwanda-Burundi relations in a very long time,” says Phil Clark, an expert in the politics of the Great Lakes region at SOAS, University of London.

Rwanda does have history of supporting armed rebellion in neighboring countries—the government in Kigali has supported various revolutions in Democratic Republic of Congo over the past few decades and in 2012 was accused by a U.N. panel of experts of having direct control over rebels including the M23, which failed to overthrow the government of Congolese President Joseph Kabila during a one-and-a-half year rebellion in eastern Congo.

According to Clark, however, the Burundian opposition “doesn’t bear the hallmarks of rebellions backed by Rwanda.” Burundi’s rebel groups are scattered and have had little impact on Nkurunziza’s position, instead resorting to tit-for-tat killings.

Burundian refugees in Rwanda. Burundian refugees wait for soap and blanets in Bugesera, Rwanda, April 10, 2015. Burundi has accused Rwanda of recruiting some of its refugees into armed opposition groups. STEPHANIE AGLIETTI/AFP/Getty Images

The relationship between the two countries is complicated further by their close economic ties. Burundi and Rwanda are both part of a six-country regional trading bloc called the East African Community (EAC), with Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and the recently-admitted South Sudan the other members.

The EAC is supposed to function in a similar manner to the European Union, with goods and people moving freely across borders in the name of trade. The crisis in Burundi has damaged these economic links, however, with the vast majority of Rwandan traders reportedly suspending operations in Burundi due to insecurity. Rwandan trade minister Francois Kanimba said in January that exports to Burundi had been reduced by as much as 20 percent due to the crisis.

Rwanda has taken a backseat in EAC attempts to resolve Burundi’s problems, with Uganda taking the lead in arranging peace talks between the government and opposition figures. The process has stalled, however, as Uganda prepared to hold elections in February and has been dealing with their aftermath. A visit to Burundi by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in February raised hopes that peace talks could be revived following a pledge by Nkurunziza to participate, as well as freeing 2,000 prisoners. But violence has persisted, with the president condemning the killing of a senior army general by rebels in a gun and rocket attack in Bujumbura in April.

With no political solution to Burundi’s problems in sight and Nkurunziza bedding down for the long haul, Clark predicts that Rwanda and Burundi will remain distant neighbors. “This is going to continue to be a very difficult relationship, especially if Nkurunziza remains in power. There’s no question that Kigali sees Nkurunziza as the problem... [but] Nkurunziza is digging his heels in,” says Clark. “This sends a message to Rwanda that they should expect the status quo to hold, at least for the next year or so.”

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Kagame mu mazi abira? a bad neigbour of Burundi? 18/05/2016 09:30

Burundi and Rwanda: East Africa’s Bad Neighbors

By Conor Gaffey On 5/17/16 at 5:38 PM


Paul Kagame and Pierre NkurunzizaRwandan President Paul Kagame (foreground) and Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza (background), pictured at a media briefing in Kigali, Rwanda, November 29, 2005, have locked horns over the political crisis in Burundi.JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images


For much of the 20th century, Burundi and Rwanda could not have been closer.

The two tiny Great Lakes countries were administered as the single kingdom of Ruanda-Urundi as part of the Belgian colonial empire in Africa, only emerging as independent nations in the early 1960s. Since then, there have been tragic similarities in the two countries’ paths.
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Rwanda suffered a devastating genocide in 1994, when an estimated 800,000 people—mostly members of the Tutsi ethnic group, but also moderate Hutus—were slaughtered by Hutu extremists. Burundi, which has a similar ethnic makeup to Rwanda—about 85 percent Hutu and 15 percent Tutsi—also experienced a massive loss of life during a 12-year civil war, fought between 1993 and 2005 largely along ethnic lines, which claimed around 300,000 lives.

Now, the two countries appear to be poles apart, despite a shared border that stretches for hundreds of kilometers. The political crisis that has engulfed Burundi since President Pierre Nkurunziza put himself forward for a third term in April 2015 has led to a series of allegations and counter-allegations between the two states. These tensions have culminated in Rwanda expelling up to 1,500 Burundian refugees over the past week in an apparent warning shot to its troubled neighbor.

Rwanda has been critical of Nkurunziza’s decision to stay in power from the outset. The ensuing crisis has claimed more than 400 lives in Burundi and displaced more than 260,000 refugees. Rwanda has been the second-highest recipient of Burundian refugees, taking in almost 78,000 (Tanzania has borne the greatest burden, receiving a huge 138,000 refugees). Rwandan President Paul Kagame used a speech in November 2015 to implore the Burundian leader to reconsider his decision in order to avoid a repeat of the genocide Rwanda experienced in Burundi. “They should have learned the lesson of our history,” said Kagame.

Kagame’s pleas to Nkurunziza have been somewhat watered down by the fact he himself is seeking an extended stay in office, following a referendum in Rwanda in December 2015, in which voters backed a change of the constitution to allow the president to seek a third presidential term.




Burundi has refused to take such criticism lying down and has leveled accusations against its neighbor of meddling in its internal affairs. Specifically, Burundi says that Rwanda has been recruiting Burundian refugees into armed militias aimed at overthrowing the Nkurunziza government. U.S. advocacy group Refugees International alleged in a December 2015 report that it had evidence of up to 80 cases of Burundians resident in Rwanda’s biggest camp being recruited, with the rebels looking to establish a 5,000-strong force. These allegations were backed up by a United Nations report leaked in February and U.S. officials, who have raised concerns about Rwanda “destabilizing” its neighbor.

Rwandan officials have consistently denied the allegations and the Rwandan foreign ministry announced in February that it would be relocating Burundian refugees to third countries due to the “growing risks to our national security and the Burundian impasse and misunderstandings in our foreign relations.” “This is one of the most fractious periods in Rwanda-Burundi relations in a very long time,” says Phil Clark, an expert in the politics of the Great Lakes region at SOAS, University of London.

Rwanda does have history of supporting armed rebellion in neighboring countries—the government in Kigali has supported various revolutions in Democratic Republic of Congo over the past few decades and in 2012 was accused by a U.N. panel of experts of having direct control over rebels including the M23, which failed to overthrow the government of Congolese President Joseph Kabila during a one-and-a-half year rebellion in eastern Congo.

According to Clark, however, the Burundian opposition “doesn’t bear the hallmarks of rebellions backed by Rwanda.” Burundi’s rebel groups are scattered and have had little impact on Nkurunziza’s position, instead resorting to tit-for-tat killings.

Burundian refugees in Rwanda. Burundian refugees wait for soap and blanets in Bugesera, Rwanda, April 10, 2015. Burundi has accused Rwanda of recruiting some of its refugees into armed opposition groups. STEPHANIE AGLIETTI/AFP/Getty Images

The relationship between the two countries is complicated further by their close economic ties. Burundi and Rwanda are both part of a six-country regional trading bloc called the East African Community (EAC), with Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and the recently-admitted South Sudan the other members.

The EAC is supposed to function in a similar manner to the European Union, with goods and people moving freely across borders in the name of trade. The crisis in Burundi has damaged these economic links, however, with the vast majority of Rwandan traders reportedly suspending operations in Burundi due to insecurity. Rwandan trade minister Francois Kanimba said in January that exports to Burundi had been reduced by as much as 20 percent due to the crisis.

Rwanda has taken a backseat in EAC attempts to resolve Burundi’s problems, with Uganda taking the lead in arranging peace talks between the government and opposition figures. The process has stalled, however, as Uganda prepared to hold elections in February and has been dealing with their aftermath. A visit to Burundi by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in February raised hopes that peace talks could be revived following a pledge by Nkurunziza to participate, as well as freeing 2,000 prisoners. But violence has persisted, with the president condemning the killing of a senior army general by rebels in a gun and rocket attack in Bujumbura in April.

With no political solution to Burundi’s problems in sight and Nkurunziza bedding down for the long haul, Clark predicts that Rwanda and Burundi will remain distant neighbors. “This is going to continue to be a very difficult relationship, especially if Nkurunziza remains in power. There’s no question that Kigali sees Nkurunziza as the problem... [but] Nkurunziza is digging his heels in,” says Clark. “This sends a message to Rwanda that they should expect the status quo to hold, at least for the next year or so.”

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Rita 18/05/2016 09:08

Jye nkunda kagame cyane aramutse ambwiye ngo nambare ubusa annyeho ananyareho kumubiri wose nabyemera ntashidikanya. N'intore izirusha intambwe.

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FDLR 18/05/2016 09:06

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Babyumvikanyeho na FPR , RNC yashatse imikoranire na FDLR mu rwego rwo kuyitsemba burundu. nibo bari kubashuka ngo batahe bajye I kigali unwe umwe bababeshya ngo bazabasangayo bateye bafatanye. BWahe? ikkkindi ubu abafdlr bari kubatoragura cyane. aho si nubundi si ku kagambane ka rnc? bahutu mwitonde mwarinjiwe.

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IBIBUNDA BYARUTURA IBURUNDI 18/05/2016 06:32

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Bizuru 18/05/2016 03:38

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Rita 17/05/2016 23:38

Sha byihorere!!! Ubona igihe bahereye??? Baradutukira umusaza kweli??? Oya!!!! Iyo umuntu agusuriye ntumwishyure akwita ikiburannyo. Igihe cyo gutega amajosi cyararangiye!!! Ahubwo nabandi nibaze duhangane nizi mbwa!! Kuki se??? Non Non Non …