Ex-DR Congo warlord Mutebusi dies in Rwanda

Jules Mutebusi (R) pictured alongside General Laurent Nkunda (L) on 04 june 2004, after their troops overran the town of Goma. AFP  KINSHASA – Jules Mutebusi, a former DR Congo rebel leader often described as a Rwandan proxy, has died in Kigali where he had been exiled for a decade, relatives and officials said Sunday. “He died on Friday evening in a Kigali hospital. He was 54. It looks like he had been sick, that’s what Rwanda is saying,” one of Mutebusi’s uncles told AFP. Mutebusi, from the ethnic Tutsi group…

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All things truly wicked start from innocence

By: Jennifer Fierberg In an interview on RFI.fr conducted in English and translated to Kiswahili on Monday July 8, 2013 Colonel Patrick Karegeya, former head of intelligence in Rwanda under President Paul Kagame made the following statement (in summary): This senior Rwandan officer refugee in South Africa claims to have information on the recruitment of Laurent Nkunda and Bosco Ntaganda by Paul Kagame and DRC will be sent to create rebellions. Patrick Karegeya further stated that he calls for the International Criminal Court to indict the Rwandan President Paul Kagame as well as Bosco…

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