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Kabila plays down Rwanda war fear

Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila has moved to dispel fears of a fresh outbreak of hostilities with neighbouring Rwanda. Fears that a new conflict was imminent have been brewing since the weekend, when 10,000 Congolese troops were moved to the Rwandan border. Mr Kabila told the Reuters news agency that the soldiers had been sent to quell unrest in eastern Congo. He said war with Rwanda was not in DR Congo’s interests. Mr Kabila added that he would shortly hold talks with his Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame. Full Story

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