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Vol 45 No 4

Published 20th February 2004


Friends wanted

The military threat from abroad is at last diminishing. Tension with Uganda is subsiding in the wake of the most recent meeting between President Paul Kagame and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in London on 29 January (although the prospect of a third term for Museveni is not welcome in Kigali). Most of the Rwandans who were exiled to Uganda are now home; the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees reckons that 25,000 of them were Hutu. Relations with Congo-Kinshasa remain cool.

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