|Rwanda begins extraditing Congolese dissidents|
IRIN - September 5, 2005
The Democratic Republic Congo (DRC) announced on Saturday that Rwanda had begun extraditing dissidents associated with a breakaway army general in eastern Congo, Laurent Nkunda.
|Kigali deports six congolese for "activities likely to jeopardise regional security"|
MISNA - September 3, 2005
After Kampala, also Kigali has deported from its territory 6 Congolese nationals that taking advantage of the refugee status conceded to them by the Rwandan government were plotting' against the new government of Kinshasa.
|AWOL soldiers return to base|
IRIN - September 2, 2005
One of two army battalions in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that the military reported as missing on 26 August, may not have been absent; while the other battalion has since returned to its barracks, Defence Minister Adolphe Onusumba said on Thursday.
|Soldiers go AWOL as dissident leader issues call to arms|
IRIN - August 31, 2005
The day after a dissident army leader in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) called for an insurrection, the 53rd Army Battalion and four companies of the 2nd Mixed Battalion in the east of the country went missing.
|Rwanda, Uganda refute report on arms to DRC|
IRIN - July 28, 2005
Uganda and Rwanda have denied statements contained in a report issued on Wednesday by the UN Security Council that the two countries had delayed to give information to officials monitoring arms sanctions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
|Prosecute ex-militia leaders, Kinshasa urged|
IRIN - February 16, 2005
The International Centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) has urged the Congolese government to vet and prosecute former militia leaders instead of appointing them to high-ranking positions in the newly integrated national army.