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Rwanda says U.N. ultimatum threatened Congo peace talks

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Rwanda said on Wednesday the decision by a U.N. intervention brigade to forcibly disarm people in a strategic zone of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo had surprised African leaders and risked jeopardizing peace talks.Full story

Rwanda dismisses U.S. charges it backs Congo rebels

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Rwanda dismissed on Tuesday U.S. charges that it was supporting M23 rebels in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo and said leveling accusations would not help pacify the region. Full story

Grenade blast in Rwanda capital kills two: police

KIGALI (Reuters) - A grenade blast in the Rwandan capital Kigali on Friday killed two people and wounded 32 others, police said, an attack that resembled one earlier this year and others since 2010. Full story

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Presidents Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda speak after a joint news conference with President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, in Entebbe

Presidents Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda speak after a joint news conference with President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, in Entebbe, 36km southwest of the capital Kampala, June 25, 2013. Uganda has agreed to a plan to build a pipeline from its oilfields to a new port being develop

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame takes part in a joint news conference soon after a meeting with presidents Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya, and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda in Entebbe
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame takes part in a joint news conference soon after a meeting with presidents Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya, and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda in Entebbe

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame takes part in a joint news conference soon after a meeting with presidents Uhuru Kenyata of Kenya, and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda in Entebbe, 36km southwest of the capital Kampala, June 25, 2013. Uganda has agreed to a plan to build a pipeline from its oilfields to a n