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Rwanda withdraws invasion threat

Rwanda has withdrawn its threat to enter the Democratic Republic of Congo to attack Rwandan Hutu fighters there. Foreign Minister Charles Murigande told the BBC that Kigali had been assured by the international community that it would disarm the rebels in DR Congo. Twice in the past three weeks, Rwandan President Paul Kagame had threatened to invade, complaining that a five-month-old UN disarmament effort had failed. Fighting flared last week between pro-Rwandan renegades and DR Congo troops. Clashes began when government soldiers tried to deploy in an area controlled by troops loyal to ex-rebel group, Congolese Rally for Democracy. Full Story

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