Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda, known as "The Terminator", hands himself into the US Embassy in the Rwandan capital.
The halting of aid to Rwanda is "Britain throwing down the gauntlet", writes Foreign Correspondent Jonathan Miller who investigated alleged military interference in Congo for Dispatches on Monday.
Britain is withholding £21m of aid to Rwanda amid concerns that the state is supporting rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), it was announced today.
Former chancellor Lord Lawson condemns the Conservative-led coalition's rising aid payments to Rwanda, a country which he says is run by "an unscrupulous monster", writes Jonathan Miller.
Exclusive: A former ally of the Rwandan president warns that British aid is bankrolling an unaccountable, repressive regime accused of war crimes in neighbouring Congo, writes Jonathan Miller.
Channel 4 News plots the chronology of major incidents in Rwanda since 2010. Many other attacks on democratic freedoms and threats against individuals have taken place.
The Foreign Office had been reluctant to blame President Kagame's government for the surge in fighting in the east of the DR Congo. That changed when it emerged Rwanda was behind the M23 rebel group
A report from the UN links Rwanda's defence minister James Kabarebe with the rebel group which has been taking over towns and cities in the mineral-rich east of Congo.
Rebels widely believed to be backed by Rwanda claim control of Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
A UN report alleges direct Rwandan assistance to Bosco Ntaganda's rebels, setting them up, reinforcing them, arming, supplying and funding them and recruiting for them - all in violation of UN sanctio