Rwanda ‘supporting DR Congo mutineers’

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The UN says it has evidence that a rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo is being fuelled by recruits and support from neighbouring Rwanda. An internal UN report seen by the BBC cited defecting soldiers, who said they had been trained in Rwanda under the pretext of joining the army, before being sent over the border to fight. The conflict broke out in April after a mutiny by some Congolese army officers. Rwanda’s foreign minister told the BBC the UN report is “categorical lies”. “The UN mission in DR Congo is lying; they have not…

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