Rwanda: Where has your aid money gone?
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.
UN report links Rwanda to Congo rebel group M23
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.
Congo rebels claim control of city as Rwanda tensions rise
Rebels widely believed to be backed by Rwanda claim control of Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Praise for post-conflict Africa’s war on child mortality
As Unicef releases figures showing that more children now survive their fifth birthday than ever before, a charity praises the efforts of two post-conflict African nations on child mortality targets.
Rwanda to Suffolk – an Olympic bond
Out of Africa, into Bury St Edmunds – how the legacy of London 2012 has linked a Suffolk town to the nation of Rwanda.
The ‘Terminator’ and why Congo is still not at peace
Channel 4 News Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports on Bosco Ntaganda, the accused war criminal from Congo who is “just as dangerous as Joseph Kony”.
Rwanda’s Kagame in tweet-off with journalist
President Paul Kagame took exception to a tweet by Ian Birrell – and a frank exchange of views ensued between the British journalist and Rwanda’s head of state.
UN report on Congo atrocities
As a new UN report into the most appalling atrocities committed in the Democratic Republic of Congo is released, Lindsey Hilsum looks into the details of “the worst war in the world”.
Rwandan refugee: my story of Congo conflict
As a report is published detailing atrocities committed by foreign forces in Congo in the 1990s, a Rwandan journalist writing for Channel 4 News hears from a refugee of the conflict.