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Vol 44 No 23

Published 21st November 2003



Rwandan intelligence scores full marks for orchestrating the surrender of Hutu rebel leader Paul Rwarakabije on 16 November and wrongfooting both the United Nations and President Joseph Kabila's power-sharing government in Kinshasa. Based in Congo-Kinshasa, Rwarakabije had led the Forces Démocratiques de Libération du Rwanda (FDLR), a movement comprised of Interahamwé militants (responsible for the 1994 Rwandan genocide), former soldiers with the old Forces Armeés Rwandaises and displaced Rwandan Hutu.

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