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International observers declare Rwanda’s election as valid

International observers have declared the August 4 presidential elections held in Rwanda as valid.

Rwandans celebrate Kagame’s record 98% election landslide

Rwandans on Saturday celebrated the third term victory of President Paul Kagame who pledged to continue transforming the nation after winning re-election with a record 98 percent of the vote.

Rwandans vote in poll expected to hand Kagame third term

Rwandan voters queued in long lines on Friday to cast their ballots in a presidential election that incumbent President Paul Kagame is tipped to win by a landslide after 17 years in power.

Rwandans vote in presidential election

Rwandans are voting in an election that the country's longtime president is widely expected to win.

Rwandans in the diaspora begin casting ballots in presidential elections

Rwandans back home will cast their votes in presidential polls on Friday, August 4. But before they do, nationals across the world are casting their ballots.

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