6 June 2012

Rwandan military officials allegedly support mutiny in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo

Rwandan military officials have recruited hundreds of men (and children) and sent them to support general Bosco Ntaganda, who is wanted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court (ICC), in his mutiny against the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

A report issued by Human Rights Watch reveals that, besides sending fighters, Rwanda is also providing weapons and ammunition, and has allowed general Ntaganda to enter Rwanda.

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Source: Rwandan military 'aiding war crimes suspect' in Congo

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