Jacqueline Mukarugema stood by the bar at the Garden’s Delta Club on Saturday night, but she wasn’t purchasing drinks. The new jerseys of her son, Frank Ntilikina, had just arrived in time for the Knicks home opener, and she was preparing to buy a bunch off the rack to bring back to France. By Marc Berman 

Des micro-organismes présents dans le tube digestif peuvent-ils soigner ? Par Amélie Baubeau

Les Sao du Tchad version volley-ball ont été battus lors de leur premier match, par les Rwandais, ce dimanche 22 octobre 2017, au Caire en Egypte comptant pour la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations de Volley-ball.

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Universities from Southern and Eastern Africa are looking to partnerships between 'African Centres of Excellence' and the private sector to help promote relevant and quality education. By Rodrigue Rwirahira

Over 350 guests enjoyed a taste of Cuba at the annual Femmes Développement gala dinner on Thursday evening. The event raises funds to help widows and orphans in Rwanda. By Delano

On September 29, 2017 African Leadership University (ALU) opened the doors to its second campus on the continent, ushering in a new era of innovative education to Rwanda. By Gaidi Faraj

Genocide survivors met pupils at Hampton School and recalled their stories from some of history’s most terrible acts of violence. By Richmond and Twickenham Times