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August 10, 1998 | From Reuters
President Laurent Kabila's government has accused Uganda of joining fellow neighbor Rwanda in sending troops into Congo to fight in a week-old Tutsi-led revolt. Information Minister Didier Mumengi said at a news conference Sunday that two Ugandan army columns with tanks, armored cars and trucks had crossed the border near Lake Albert in the northeast of Congo, formerly called Zaire. "These Ugandan soldiers are heading for Bunia," he said referring to the northeastern town.
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October 18, 1998 | From Associated Press
The U.S. ambassador to Congo has accused Rwanda and Uganda of aggression against the vast West African nation. Ambassador William Lacey Swing said in a recent broadcast on Congo's state television station that Rwanda and Uganda are guilty of "external military interference to which the country and the courageous Congolese people are being subjected." President Laurent Kabila accuses Rwanda and Uganda of masterminding Congo's two-month rebel war, which he says is a front for an invasion.
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October 18, 1998 | From Associated Press
The U.S. ambassador to Congo has accused Rwanda and Uganda of aggression against the vast West African nation. Ambassador William Lacey Swing said in a recent broadcast on Congo's state television station that Rwanda and Uganda are guilty of "external military interference to which the country and the courageous Congolese people are being subjected." President Laurent Kabila accuses Rwanda and Uganda of masterminding Congo's two-month rebel war, which he says is a front for an invasion.
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August 10, 1998 | From Reuters
President Laurent Kabila's government has accused Uganda of joining fellow neighbor Rwanda in sending troops into Congo to fight in a week-old Tutsi-led revolt. Information Minister Didier Mumengi said at a news conference Sunday that two Ugandan army columns with tanks, armored cars and trucks had crossed the border near Lake Albert in the northeast of Congo, formerly called Zaire. "These Ugandan soldiers are heading for Bunia," he said referring to the northeastern town.
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