Rwandan soldiers enter Congo

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Several thousand Rwandan soldiers are now in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Congolese government said it invited the Rwandan army in to disarm a militia force with ties to the Rwandan genocide who are using bases inside Congo. The United Nations has peacekeepers in the region to monitor this development in this long-lasting African war. For more we are joined by BBC's World Affairs Correspondent Mark Doyle in London and Geoffrey Mutagoma, a journalist in Kigali, Rwanda.

A quick look at refugees leaving Congo for Rwanda.


Mark Doyle

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