Rwanda Minister Explains 'Controversies' in UN Report

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, has spoken with the UN group of experts who wrote a report alleging that Rwanda supported Congolese rebels. The release of the report was followed by U.S and Europe cutting aid to the country.

This cartoon has President Kagame asking: "How can you prove it's my hand holding the knife?" Rwanda's government has been accused of backing rebels in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.


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