Sunday, November 18, 2012

INYENYERI NEWS: DRC: Imirwano ikomeye kuri Goma

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DRC: Imirwano ikomeye kuri Goma
Nov 19th 2012, 02:37

Abarwanyi ba M23 bahagaze mu birometero bicye uvuye mu mujyi wa Goma. Ntabwo bigeze bakomeza ngo binjire i Goma nkuko byagaragaraga ko ariyo ntego.

Ahagana saa kumi n'ebyiri z'umugoroba kuri iki cyimweru hari ingabo nyinshi za FARDC zinjiye muri Goma zivuye muri Kivu y'epfo ziciye mu kiyaga cya Kivu. Bivugwa ko ari 'renfort' yoherejwe na Kinshasa kuko ingabo zisanzwe i Goma zahungiye ahitwa Sake.

Kuva mu rucyerera kuri iki cyumweru ibibunda biremereye n'into byakomeje kumvikana hafi cyane ya Goma, Ingabo za M23 zikaba ziri kurasana n'iza FARDC ahitwa Kibati mu birometero 17 gusa uvuye i Goma.

Kugeza ubu abaturage bifashije bo mu mujyi wa Goma bari kwinjira ari benshi mu mujyi wa Rubavu. Amahoteli i Rubavu menshi akaba yuzuye kugeza kuri Serena Hotel.

Imiryango mpuzamahanga (ONG) yakoreraga i Goma yamaze guhunga hafi ya yose ihungira mu Rwanda.

Amakuru atugezeho ni uko guverineri wa Kivu ya ruguru Julien Paluku yaba ubu yahungiye ku kicaro cy'ingabo za MONUSCO i Goma.

Mu mujyi wa Goma hari ubwoba ku baturage bo hasi basanzwe, cyane cyane ku bavuga ururimi rw'ikinyarwanda kuko bafatwa nk'inshuti za M23.

Umwe mu bambutse binjira mu Rwanda, yavuze ko ku mupaka wa Congo winjira mu Rwanda, impapuro zo kuzuza kubashaka kwinjira mu Rwanda zabashiranye kubera abantu babaye benshi bari guhunga. Hari amakuru avuga ko imirwano ubu iri kubera hafi y'ikibuga cy'indege cya Goma. Gen. Gabriel Amisi Kumba uzwi cyane nka Tango Four akaba umuyobozi w'ingabo zirwanira kubutaka za Congo ngo yaba yakomerekejwe n'isasu rivuye muri M23.

Ingabo za Congo FARDC ziravuga ko mu gicuku cyo kuri iki cyumweru,abarwanyi ba M23 babateye ku birindiro byabo bya Kibati baturutse ahitwa Kayanja.

Icyateye ubwoba bwinshi abatuye Goma ni uko bumvise ko abasirikare ba Leta yabo bahunze ibirindiro byabo bya Kibati bakajya ahitwa Munigi mu birimetero birindwi gusa uvuye mu mujyi wa Goma.

Abarwanyi ba M23 batangarije AFP mu ijwi ry'umuvugizi wabo Lt Col Kazarama ko niba MONUSCO ikomeje gukoresha indege irasa i Kibumba aho bamaze gufata nk'uko baharashe kuri uyu wa gatandatu nabo baza gusubiza MONUSCO.

Lt Col Kazarama ati: " Ntabwo twigeze dutera MONUSCO aho iri Kitale na Kiwanja kandi ubu tuhagenzura, ariko ntabwo tuzakomeza kwihanganira ko bo bakomeza kuturasaho bakoresheje za kajugujugu."

Kazarama uyu akaba yahakanye yivuye inyuma AFP ko nta bufasha ubwo aribwo bwose bari guhabwa nkuko biri kuvugwa na Kinshasa ko u Rwanda ruri kubafasha.

Kuwa gatandatu i New York akanama k'umutekano kateranye by'igitaraganya kubera iyi mirwano ikaze iri hafi ya Goma.

i Kinshasa ho, guverinoma ya President Kabila yashinje u Rwanda ko rwafashije M23 gufata Kibumba. Lambert Mende uvugira Leta yavuze ko bafite ibimenyetso bihagije bavanye mu mirwano yo kuwa gatandatu tariki 17 Ugushyingo.

Ni nyuma y'inama y'abaministre i Kinshasa yateranye kuwa gatandatu ireba ku kibazo cy'ifatwa rya Kibumba.

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Musabyimana.be: Informations et documentation sur le Rwanda: RDC : Goma assiégée. La situation humanitaire est très inquiétante

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RDC : Goma assiégée. La situation humanitaire est très inquiétante
Nov 18th 2012, 23:52

Des déplacés en marche de Kanyaruchinya vers Mugunga. Photo Magloire Paluku

Les combats entre les Forces armées de la République Démocratique du Congo et les troupes du M23 vraisemblablement soutenues par le Rwanda se poursuivent ce dimanche aux environs de Goma, après avoir repris hier samedi.
Les hélicoptères des FARDC et de la Monusco qui ont ont effectué des pilonnages aux environs de Kibumba toute la journée ne sont pas parvenues à arrêter le M23. Jusqu'à hier soir, les positions des FARDC étaient localisées à Kilimanyoka, à une dizaine de kilomètres seulement de l'aéroport de Goma. Nous apprenons ce matin que les combats continuent de faire rage autour de Kilimanyoka, mais en se rapprochant davantage de Goma. Si bien que le camp des déplacés de Kanyaruchinya s'est vidé ce matin de sa population. Celle-ci se dirige, à la diligence des autorités de Goma, vers l'ancien camp des réfugiés rwandais de Mugunga, au nord-ouest de Goma, au pied du flanc ouest du volcan Nyiragongo. Le camp de Kanyaruchinya abritait plus de 100 000 personnes.

A Goma, la peur est perceptible. La population suit la situation avec préoccupation, dans un semblant de sérénité. Les gens se demandent ce qui va se passer. Personne ne se fait d'illusion sur la capacité de la Monusco, qui a déployé ses tanks dans toute la ville et ses environs, à les protéger si le M23 continue sa progression. L'usage des hélicoptères par la Monusco dénote dénote de sa volonté délibérée de ne pas exposer la vie des ses soldats. Or, Dieu sait que sans des troupes engagées sur le sol, il est impossible d'être efficace dans ces conditions. Les auto-blindés de la Monusco sont positionnés autour de l'aéroport de Goma n'offrent aucune assurance. Les FARDC sont, elles, invisibles, si ce ne sont des pick-up qui roulent à toute allure. Aucune position particulière autour de la ville ou dans les coins stratégiques.

Goma a une population qui oscille autour d'un million d'âmes. Personne n'est dupe, les FARDC ne rassurent pas. Ce matin, des auto-blindés d'armée congolaise ont été vus entrain de quitter en trombe le front. Il faut que la communauté internationale pèse de tout son poids, et maintenant, pour que Goma soit épargnée.

Ceux qui se font appeler des humanitaires doivent faire preuve de leur humanité dans cette situation. Nombreux sont ceux, parmi eux, qui ont commencé à quitter Goma depuis hier, au point même de paniquer la population. Le personnel civil de la Monusco a aussi commencé son évacuation. Je ne néglige pas leur droit à se protéger et à ne pas prendre des risques inconsidérés, mais je pense que les vrais humanitaires sont ceux qui, en de tels moments, peuvent rester aux côtés de la population pour lui apporter assistance dans toute la mesure du possible, plutôt que de l'abandonner.

Que ceux qui lisent ce message puissent le relayer le plus possible. Nous avons plus que jamais besoin de l'action de tout le monde : individus, organisations non gouvernementales, Etats puissants. Faites en sorte d'arrêter cette guerre ! Le gouvernement semble impuissant, faites quelque chose, le reste viendra après.

Des déplacés sur la route de Kibumba, sous le regard des Casques bleus


Si Goma est attaquée, on n'a pas beaucoup d'issues, parce qu'on est cernés par le lac Kivu, les assaillants au Nord, le Rwanda (redouté par beaucoup). Il ne reste plus que l'axe Sud, vers Bukavu, le long du lac Kivu, car Masisi est aussi en situation d'insécurité. Sauf que la route de Bukavu est trop étroite et trop dangereuse.

L'ONU est incapable de nous protéger ? Elle tient plus à la vie de ses soldats qu'à la nôtre !!!

Jean-Mobert N'Senga
Goma, 18/11/2012

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The Rwandan: M23 rebels advance on Goma in North Kivu

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M23 rebels advance on Goma in North Kivu
Nov 18th 2012, 23:48

Fighting that started four days ago flared into major clashes on Sunday between the M23 rebel movement and the Congolese army north of Goma, the de facto aid capital of the country’s war-ravaged east.
UN combat helicopters fired on the rebels advancing on Goma last night, as government troops and top local officials reportedly joined fleeing civilians.
The M23 rebels halted their advance just outside Goma. The rebels warned they would seize the city if they came under attack from the army, which said it was trying to avoid a "bloodbath" in the area.
A UN peacekeeping spokesman said in New York that UN attack helicopters had fired cannons and rockets at the rebels but could not stop their advance and that they were now near Goma airport.
UN forces have supported government troops in the region "including carrying out sorties and firing from four attack helicopter missions that have fired rockets and cannon rounds," spokesman Kieran Dwyer said, after similar action on Saturday.
EU joined the UN in calling on the rebels to halt their advance, with foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton voicing "great concern" about the developments in the area.
"I call on the M23 to immediately stop the military offensive against the city of Goma," she said in a statement.
The majority of Western aid agencies’ expatriate staff was ordered over the border into Rwanda, and operations to help up to 500,000 people who fled earlier fighting were under threat.
In Goma, the streets were empty on Sunday apart from isolated Congolese army units patrolling in tanks. There were several reports that the majority of government soldiers had fled the city.
“We are very, very afraid of what can happen tonight,” said one Goma resident, a motorcycle taxi driver who gave his name only as Felicien.
“The army has deserted us, the city’s leaders have deserted us, the United Nations has deserted us. All we can think to do is to lock the door and pray to God that no one comes to steal from us or harm us. The children have been crying all day.”
Goma woke to the sounds of heavy weapons and gunfire soon after 6am on Sunday, as the M23 forces fought their way south to reach as close as two miles north of the city’s outer suburbs.
The M23 movement is largely made up of commanders and foot soldiers from an earlier rebel group that in 2008 also almost overran Goma, before a ceasefire and eventual peace deal, which has proven contentious.
It is led by Bosco Ntaganda, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes, and Sultani Makenga, who is accused of ordering the conscription of child soldiers to his forces.
A report for the UN Security Council earlier this year accused Rwanda and Uganda of funding or supporting the rebels, prompting donors including Britain to freeze aid. Both countries deny the allegations.
One M23 spokesman, Col Vianney Kazarama, boasted on Sunday that his forces would take the city, adding that “we will sleep in Goma tonight”.
But by late afternoon, the fighting had died down and other M23 commanders claimed that they had no intention of continuing their advance into the city centre.
“We are here in Monigi, we are in control and this is where we will stop, unless we are again attacked and we have to defend ourselves,” said one commander who refused to give his name as he was not an official spokesman.
As many as 50,000 people were thought to have fled ahead of this latest rebel advance.
One of the region’s largest camps for people already forced from their homes, at Kibati, 10 miles north of Goma, was said to be “empty”. The 35,000 people who were living there were streaming into Goma or other nearby camps.
It is expected that UN peacekeepers will again try to keep the rebels from entering the city, but a security source in Goma said that he doubted they would “properly engage the enemy” for fear of civilian casualties.
By Mike Pflanz, Nairobi
The Telegraph
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INYENYERI NEWS: LT RWANDANGA JULIAS YIRUKANYWE MUMUTWE URINDA PEREZIDA KAGAME

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LT RWANDANGA JULIAS YIRUKANYWE MUMUTWE URINDA PEREZIDA KAGAME
Nov 18th 2012, 23:09

Mubihe, byashize twagiye tubagezaho uburyo Prezida Kagame akomeje kwishisha abamurinda, ndetse tubereka bamwe mubasirikare bagiye bamuba hafi ariko kubera ubwoba yifitemo bwazabaringa zabashobora kumukura kubutegetsi bigatuma hari abahohoterwa naza maneko za Kagame mugihe ziba zitanze amakuru kwashebuja byaba ari ukuri byaba ari ukubeshya Kagame abifata nkukuri bitewe nabwabwoba twavuze haruguru. Lt Rwandanga wari mubasirikare bari hafi ya Kagame yaje gufungwa ubwo uwitwa Major Rwivanga maneko mukuru w'umutwe urinda Kagame yemezaga ko hari amabanga y'akazi ngo yaba yaravuzwe na Lt Rwandanga yahise afungirwa muri gereza iri mukigo kirinda Perezida Kagame ku kimihurura, nyuma azakujyanwa murigereza yagisirikare iri kumurindi ,azagufungurwa amaze igihe kirenze amezi atandatu adacishijwe imbere y'ubutabera, ngomugihe yari afunze yagiye abazwa n'inzego z'iperereza kuruta ukoyabazwaga n'inzego z'ubugenzacyaha. Afunguwe yahise ajyanwa muri batayo iri muri nyungwe kuburyo kuvayo bitazajya bimworohera ngo aze ikigali aho yarafite inshuti nimiryango doreko kuva yinjira igisirikare muwi 1991 yabanye na Peresida Kagame kugera mumwaka wa 2012 Bamwe mu ba Ofisiye b'inshuti za Lt Rwandanga twaganiriye batubwiye ko ntabanga yamenye nkuko Mjor Rwivanga maneko wa Kagame abivuga ahubwo ngo Lt Rwandanga yaba yaraganiriye n'abantu bakavuga kubihe Kagame arimo akurikije uko babanye hanyuma abobaganiraga nibo baje kugeza amakuru kuri Major Rwivanga bamubwira uburyo ofisiye anenga Perezida ashinzwe kurinda nawe amakuru akayageza kwashebuja Kagame. Nguko uko Lt Rwandanga yahimbiwe icyaha cyo kumena ibanga, uyu Rwandanga akaba yiyongereye kuri Lt Rugumyamiheto Fred, Lt Mutabazi Joel (toburende)bagiye bazira akarengane batazi. Tubibutseko ntamusirikare wemerewe kuva mumutwe urinda Perezida Kagame atabizi, iritegeko yaritanze ubwo Gen Kayumba yari akiri umugaba w'ingabo, icyogihe Gen Kayumba yari yatwaye abasirikare barindaga Kagame kurugamba ,ubwo hari mumwaka wa 1998. Kuva icyogihe Kagame yategetse ko abasirikare bamurinda bose bazajya babarirwa muri Perezidanse. Aba Ofisiye twaganiriye bakomeje kutubwira akarengane bakorerwa na Major Rwivanga ariwe maneko mukuru ariko ngo akaba ntabushobozi afite, yewe ngo ntanuburambe mukazi afite ngo yinjiye igisirikare mumwaka2000, bityo ngo kuba yaravuye kw'ishuri akajya kuri cadette course ntahandi yigeze akorera igisirikare yahise azanwa kwa Perezida Kagame agirwa maneko mukuru ngo akazi akora kakaba karimo guhuzagurika kwinshi cyakora kandi kuko yazanywe na Gen Kayonga Charles akaba ari na muramu we akomeje kugirirwa ikizere. MUPENZI.

UBUYOBOZI Bwinyenyerinews NB:Nkuko abasomyi benshi babyibaza, ntabwo Gen Kayumba na COL Karegeya Maj Rudasngwa aribo banditsi b'inyenyerinews, cyokora bashobora gucishaho ibitekerezo byabo cg ibyishyaka rya R N C. Twamaganye abitiranya inyandiko zinyura kururubuga babyita ko ngo bituruka murabo bagabo haruguru.

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INYENYERI NEWS: LETA YA PEREZIDA KAGAME YADUKANYE UBUROZI BUSHYA BUKORESWA MW’ IFUMBIRE BITA SOLBATHE DE POTHASSIUM

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LETA YA PEREZIDA KAGAME YADUKANYE UBUROZI BUSHYA BUKORESWA MW' IFUMBIRE BITA SOLBATHE DE POTHASSIUM
Nov 18th 2012, 23:21

Muminsi ishize abaturage bari mu Rwanda batugejejeho agahinda bafite barimo guterwa na Leta iyobowe na Perezida Kagame, abaturage batubwiye ko bigoye kubisobanura kubona bamaze kwandura indwara idakira kandi ikaba ishobora gukwira igihugu cyose, dore amwe mumagambo bivugiye, haje ifumbire ivangwa n'iminyorogoto, ufata ifumbire ugashyiramo utunyorogoto ugashyira aho ugiye gutera ikirayi,( abaturage badutangarije ko ifumbire ifatwa ukwayo n'iminyorogoto bakayihabwa ukwayo) , ikirayi kimwe gishobora kwera igice cy'umufuka ariko ntaburyohe ushobora kumva gifite nkubwibirayi. Abaturage batangiye kwandura kanseri iva kw' ifumbire, ngo hari abaturage bo mumajyaruguru batangiye kwandura kanseri bikavugwa ko yaba ikomoka kuri yafumbire twavuze haruguru uretse ko ngo abaturage bahuye niyindwara barimo gutinya kubivuga kumugaragaro ngo bititwa kwangisha abaturage gahunda ya FPR, nanone ngo iyo ugeze ikigali ahazwi kw' izina rya nyabugogo aho bacuruza ibirayi bakubwira ko uje kugura ibirayi abanza kubaza niba ari ibya ruhengeri cg niba byavuye Uganda, doreko niyo ugeze kumupaka wa gatuna uhasanga imodoka z'urujya nuruza ziza gushaka ibirayi mugace ka kabare.

Bamwe mubaturage bakomeje guterwa impungenge niyo fumbire basabako babona abaziranenge bigenga baturutse mubihugu byohanze maze bakabamara amatsiko kuri iyofumbire ngo kuko ibihe barimo babona Perezida Kagame ntampuhwe akibafitiye nkumuyobozi wabo sabaturage gusa n'abacuruzi bacuruza ibyo birayi bituruka mumajyaruguru batubwiye ko ntamuyobozi uza kw'isoko rya nyabugogo ngo apfe kugura ibyo birayi ngo iyo babajije impamvu bababwira ko bitagira ifiriti nziza ariko amakuru yatangiye gusakara hose ko iriya fumbire (Pothassium) atari nziza. Ibi biramutse ari impamo leta ya perezida kagame yaba ifite ubugome bw'indenga kamere ntaho byaba bitaniye nokurandura imyaka cg kubisha inzara kubushake uretse ko nanone byoroshye kuba Kagame yabikora iyowitegereje ibihe arimo ntacyo atabakorera kibi, nibase atinyuka kubashyira muntambara badafitemo inyungu ahubwo ibicira abantu ntacyo ibungura aho atabaha ubwoburozi bwa kanseri nihe? twagerageje kuvugana nabaganga bo mumajyaruguru banga kugira icyo batangaza kuri iyo ndwara yaba ikekwako ituruka ku ifumbire mbi batubwirako ministeri ifite ubuzima munshingano ariyo igomba kubitangaza yonyine. Inyerinews iragira inama ba meya, gitifu b'imirenge abakuru b'imidugudu kugira ubushishozi kubivugwa n'abaturage babo kubijyanye niriya fumbire ivugwa maze mugatangira kwamagana agatsiko kayiha abaturage mushinzwe.

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Dore abahanga mu bya Science uko babisobanura mu rurimi rwi cyongereza. Consumer Group Calls for Ban On "Flour Improver" Potassium Bromate Termed a Cancer Threat WASHINGTON – The Center for Science in the Public Interest today petitioned the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to prohibit the use of potassium bromate, which is used to strengthen bread dough. CSPI charged that the FDA has known for years that bromate causes cancers in laboratory animals, but has failed to ban it. Bromate was first found to cause tumors in rats in 1982. Subsequent studies on rats and mice confirmed that it causes tumors of the kidney, thyroid, and other organs. Instead of banning bromate, since 1991 the FDA — with only partial success — has urged bakers to voluntarily stop using it. "The FDA should fulfill its responsibility to protect the public's health," said Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., executive director of CSPI. "Instead of meeting privately with industry, the FDA should ban bromate immediately." "In 1992-93 and again in 1998-99, the FDA tested several dozen baked goods and found that many contained bromate at levels considered unsafe by the agency," said Darren Mitchell, a CSPI attorney. "One sample tested recently had almost 1,000 times the detection limit. The FDA's inaction needlessly exposes consumers to this harmful additive." Food additives that cause cancer usually can be banned under the Delaney clause of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. However, because the FDA sanctioned the use of bromate before the Delaney clause went into effect in 1958, it is harder for the agency to ban the substance. Bromates have been banned in numerous countries, including the United Kingdom in 1990 and Canada in 1994. In addition, in 1991, California declared bromate a carcinogen under the state's Proposition 65. Baked goods sold in California would have to bear a cancer warning if they contained more than a certain level of bromate. As a result, most California bakers have switched to bromate-free processes. Many bakers, including Best Foods, Inc. (maker of Arnold, Entenmann's, and Orowheat brand breads and rolls), Pepperidge Farm, and Pillsbury, have switched to bromate-free processes. Also, some supermarket chains, including Giant, Jewel, Ralph's, and Von's, do not use bromate. In contrast, Interstate Brands Corp. (Wonder, Home Pride), Schmidt Baking Co. (Schmidt, Sunbeam), Tasty Baking Co. (TastyKake), and Martin's still use potassium bromate in some of their products. Among fast-food chains, Burger King, Arby's, and Wendy's use bromate in buns, and Boston Market uses it in its french sandwich bread. CSPI advises consumers to avoid bread, rolls, doughnuts, and cakes that list "potassium bromate" or "bromated flour" among their ingredients. FDA's limited surveys found that rolls and buns are especially likely to contain high levels of bromate.

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Rwandinfo-Kinyarwanda: Goma iri hafi gufatwa n’ingabo za M23 zifashwa n’u Rwanda

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Goma iri hafi gufatwa n'ingabo za M23 zifashwa n'u Rwanda
Nov 18th 2012, 22:55

Abaturage n’ingabo za Congo bari guhungira i Sake!
Abaturage n'ingabo za Congo, bahunga imirwano ya m23 i Goma

Abaturage n’ingabo za Congo bahungira i Sake!

18 Ugushyingo 2012 – Muri aya masaha ya nyuma ya saa sita kuri iki cyumweru , ntabwo amakuru ari meza kuri Leta ya Congo na ONU. Ingabo za Kagame Paul mu izina rya M23 ziri kuri kilometero 3 gusa ngo zinjire mu mujyi wa Goma aho zihanganye n'ingabo za Loni kuko ingabo za Congo zataye urugamba zigahungira ahitwa Sake;leta ya Kivu y'amajyaruguru yahungiye mu ngabo za ONU Monusco.
Amakuru dufite ni uko Kagame Paul yiyemeje gufata umujyi wa Goma mu minsi 3 mbere y'uko akanama gashinzwe umutekano ku isi gafatira ibihano Kabarebe na Jacques Nziza. Hasi aha mugiye kwisomera inkuru y'uko urugamba rwifashe muri Congo na takitike ingabo za Kagame zizafatamo umujyi wa  Goma !

Nabonye ingabo z'u Rwanda zinjira muri Congo Kinshasa kurwanya Leta ya Congo mu izina rya M23. Niboneye n’amaso yanjye imodoka za gisirikare za Land Cruzer namakamyo ya Tata bitwaye abasirikare n’imbunda nyinshi, kandi nanabiboneye neza bambuka umupaka w’u Rwanda na Congo baciye mu Murenge wa Bugeshi, mu Akagari ka Butaka, hafi y’ishyamba ryo munsi ya Karisimbi aho bahitaga binjira muri Congo. Nabakurikiranye iminsi itatu kuva kuwa kane kugeza kuwa gatanu. Kuwa kane barinjiye, bamwe binjirira muri ako kagari, abandi banyura mu musozi wa Hehu, ubwo barasaga Position y’ingabo za Congo yari munsi y’Uwo musozi, nyuma ingabo z’u Rwanda zahise zizamura kumusozi wa Hehu imbunda nini ariyo zarimo zirashisha ingabo za Congo mukwigarurira Kibumba na Buhumba.

Kuwa gatanu mu ijoro bucya ari kuwa gatandatu, abasirikari barenze ibihumbi bibiri b’abanyarwanda bambutse umupaka wa Congo baciye muri izo nzira nababwiye, abandi baca iruhande rw’umusozi wa Hehu aho bita muri Gitotoma, kandi bose bari bikoreye ibibunda byinshi, ndetse bakanabyikoreza abasore bari baraye ku irondo. Bahise mugitondo cyo kuwa gatandatu barasa ingabo za Kongo, mu gace ka Kibumba na Buhumba, bakoresheje ibibunda biremereye cyane, kandi bahafashe kuva muma saa ine z’amanywa bakaba barakomeje berekeza i Goma.
Abanyarwanda b’aborozi batuye mu kagari ka Hehu na Mutovu, bose bagemuriye izo ngabo z’u Rwanda amata yo kunywa mumasaha ya saa sita murwego rwo kubashimira ko bafashe ako gace ka Kongo, banabifuriza kugera i Goma amahoro.

Nababajwe cyane n’umubyeyi usheshe akanguhe Mme Louise Mushikiwabo, wirirwa yihararanga kumaradiyo y’isi yose abeshya ngo ingabo z’u Rwanda ntabwo arizo zirwana na Congo, ubwo se uriya mubyeyi aremwe mubinyoma? Ntibagenda tubareba se? Bapakurura ibisasu, bakaduhamagara tukikorera,  kuri Radio tukumva arahakana, ubwo koko ni uko umuryango we uteye? HAGOWE UZARONGORA UMUKOBWA UWUKOMOKAHO. AZITEGURE KUZAJYA ABESHYWA NK’UKO MUSHIKIWABO ABESHYA YUMAGUJE AKAJYA NO MURI ONU NGO ARI GUHAKANA.YEWE, WA MANA WE, HARI ABO UZABAZA BYINSHI KURI IYI SI KOKO. Ni ukuri kw'Imana, Mme Louise Mushyikiwabo niba ajya ajya gusenga, njyewe Kiriziya sinzayisubiramo kuko buriya Imana ntibaho.

Ni abasirikari b’u Rwanda bari kurwana urugamba rwo muri Congo bonyine, Nta M23 IBAHO, HABAHO GUSA IGISIRIKARI CY’U RWANDA. Imirwano yo muri Congo ndimo nyikurikirana neza, nshobora no kubabwira amazina y'abantu bari mu isoko rya RUHUNDA muri Congo, ubwo Kibumba na Buhumba byari bimaze gufatwa kuri uyu wa gatandatu kumanywa, KUKO amasasu yakomeje yerekeza KIRIMANYOKA, NO MU NKAMBI y’abakongomani, iri hafi aho; imirwano ngo ikaba igomba guhita yerekeza Goma, ariko gahunda y'u Rwanda ngo ni iyo kubanza gufunga umuhanda uva i Sake nyuma na Masisi bakayifata, bityo umugi wa Goma bakawufungira imihanda, uwa Rutshuru n’uwa Sake, noneho uwo mujyi ugasigara hagati ugoswe n'ingabo za Kagame mu izina rya M23 bakajya babona kuwufata.
Indege zakoreshejwe kuri uyu wa gatandatu kuruhande rwa Congo ariko ntacyo byatanze, abanyarwanda barushije imbaraga abakongomani kuburyo bugaragara n’ubwo byagoranye umwanya utari muto.

Nababajwe n’ababeshyi bagize Guverinoma y’u Rwanda igihugu cyacu. Uwo niwo murage batanga koko wo kuzavuka tubeshya, tukabaho tubeshya, tukazarinda dupfa tukibeshya? Ngo M23 nta nkunga na gato tuyiha, kandi yose uko yakabaye ari igisirikare cyacu cy’u Rwanda. Uwo murage njye ndawanze; sinifuza na gato kuba umukwe wa Louise Mushikiwabo. Imana izamundinde ndarahiye. Nimuvugishe ukuri niba muri abantu b’abagabo muvuge n’icyo mupfa na Kongo, n’icyo mukeneye kuri Congo, aho kwirirwa kumaradiyo muhakana ibanga rizwi na bose. Njye niyemeje kujya muri ONU, nkayiha ibimenyetso mfite kandi nakusanije muminsi itatu, birimo ibiganiro by’amajwi n’amashusho, n’imbunda zikomeye zagiye zinyuzwa muri Bugeshi, abasirikari bagenda, ndetse no kurugamba, abapfuye, abakomeretse, ababahetse babazana mu Rwanda, ndetse n’aho banyujijwe, n’imodoka zabatwaye n’amafoto yabo… Murakoze , kandi mubane na Nyagasani

J.M.R Gisenyi Rwanda

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Rwanda Speaks: Belgium suspends new military aid to Rwanda over Congo rebels

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Nov 18th 2012, 19:39

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belgium said on Monday it would halt all new military aid to Rwanda after a United Nations panel said the country was supporting rebels in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.

Brussels joined a line of donors, including the EU and Washington, to press Rwanda over its alleged support of the M23 uprising, which has raised fears of fresh turmoil on the region. Rwanda denies the accusation.

“To continue to inspire Rwanda to become a part of the solution and not the problem, (Belgium) … has decided to plan no new activities in its military partnership with Rwanda,” the Belgian government said in a statement.

A Rwandan foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Monday Kigali had not received any official communication about Brussels’ decision.

Rwanda, which gained independence from Belgium in 1962, has regularly sent its army officers to study at the Belgian military academy.

Belgium gave 56 million euros ($73 million) to Rwanda last year, which made it the Central African country’s third largest bilateral donor.

The U.N. Security Council’s Group of Experts said in a report seen by Reuters in October Rwanda’s defence minister was commanding a rebellion in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo that is being armed by Rwanda and Uganda.

Nearly half a million people have been displaced by the fighting. M23 has proven so resilient that one senior U.N. diplomatic source told Reuters Rwanda has effectively “annexed” mineral-rich eastern Congo.

Rwanda relies on donors for about 40 percent of its budget. Its Finance Minister John Rwangobwa said this month aid freezes could damage the country’s burgeoning economy.

The head of the African Development Bank (AfDB) – Donald Kaberuka, a Rwandan – urged the West to life the aid freezes to avoid creating a new economic crisis in the region.

(Reporting by Robert-Jan Bartunek in Brussels; additional reporting by Jenny Clover in Kigali; Editing by Andrew Heavens)


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Rwanda Speaks: UN Security Council condemns DR Congo rebel attacks

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Nov 18th 2012, 19:28

The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the resumption of rebel attacks in eastern DR Congo.

Meeting in emergency session, the Security Council called for M23 rebels to immediately halt their advance towards the provincial capital, Goma.

It also demanded an end to outside support for the rebels, noting with concern that they were well equipped.

The rebels captured the town of Kibumba on Saturday, despite a bombardment by UN helicopter gunships.

Kibumba is 30km (19 miles) north of Goma, the capital of North Kivu province, which borders Rwanda and Uganda.

North Kivu Governor Julien Paluku said the Congolese army retreated because the insurgents were armed with heavy weapons and backed by Rwandan troops.

Kigali denies the allegation but UN experts say they have evidence of Rwandan support for the rebels, and this week asked the Security Council to sanction senior Rwandan officials as a result.

Asset freeze

Ahead of Saturday’s meeting in New York, French ambassador to the UN Gerard Araud said he hoped the Security Council would send a clear signal to M23 rebels to stop their attacks.

“There won’t be any solution without an agreement between the DRC and its neighbours, including Rwanda,” he added.

The fighting is the most serious since July in the mostly lawless but resource-rich eastern DR Congo.

Nearly 500,000 people have fled their homes since April when the rebels mutinied from the army.

On Tuesday, Uganda closed the Bunagana border crossing near Goma.

This followed a request from the DR Congo government, which said the M23 was illegally raising money from people travelling between the two countries to finance its operations.

Last month, a UN panel of experts said Rwanda and Uganda were supplying M23, also known as the Congolese Revolutionary Army, with weapons in what is seen as an on-going battle for control of the region, which is rich in minerals.

Rwanda and Uganda strongly deny the allegation – Rwanda has called on both sides to stop fighting, saying stray bullets have fallen on its side of the border, injuring civilians.

The UN and US imposed a travel ban and asset freeze earlier this week on the group’s leader, Sultani Makenga.

The UN has a large force in DR Congo to help the government establish its authority in the mostly lawless east.

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Rwanda Speaks: UN Security Council demanded an end to fighting by the “March 23 Movement” in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Nov 18th 2012, 18:56

In an emergency session on Saturday, the UN Security Council demanded an end to fighting by the “March 23 Movement” (M23) in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, due to the worsening situation in the country.

Earlier on Saturday, the army of Congo was forced to leave the city after militants supported by the army of neighboring Rwanda attacked Kibumba.

The Security Council demanded the immediate cessation of any outside support to the rebels from abroad. However, the Security Council members, expressed their intention to impose additional sanctions against the leaders of the group M23 and those who violate the sanctions regime and arms embargo against the rebels.

The origins of the conflict between the DRC and Rwanda have their roots in 1994, when the genocide of Tutsis by Hutus killed at least 800,000 people the territory of Rwanda.

Voice of Russia, RIA

http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_11_18/UNSC-meets-on-Congo/

 


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Rwanda Speaks: M23 rebels in Congo advance to the doorstep of provincial capital, Goma

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Nov 18th 2012, 18:47

M23 rebels in Congo advance to the doorstep of provincial capital, Goma

Rebels in Congo Reach Door of Goma
By MELANIE GOUBY

The Associated Press

A Rwandan-backed rebel group advanced to within 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) of Goma, a crucial provincial capital in eastern Congo, marking the first time that rebels have come this close since 2008.

Congolese army spokesman Col. Olivier Hamuli said the fighting has been going on since 6 a.m. Sunday and the front line has moved to just a few kilometers (miles) outside the city. After more than nine hours of violent clashes the two sides took a break, with M23 rebels establishing a checkpoint just 100 meters (yards) away from one held by the military in the village of Munigi, exactly 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) outside the Goma city line.

Contacted by telephone on the front line, M23 rebel spokesman Col. Vianney Kazarama said the group will spend the night in Goma.

“We are about to take the town. We will spend the night in Goma tonight,” said Kazarama. “We are confident that we can take Goma and then our next step will be to take Bukavu,” he said mentioning the capital of the next province to the south.

The M23 rebel group is made up of soldiers from a now-defunct rebel army, the National Congress for the Defense of the People, or CNDP, a group made-up primarily of fighters from the Tutsi ethnic group, the ethnicity that was targeted in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide. In 2008, the CNDP led by Rwandan commando Gen. Laurent Nkunda marched his soldiers to the doorstep of Goma, abruptly stopping just before taking the city.

In the negotiations that followed and which culminated in a March 23, 2009 peace deal, the CNDP agreed to disband and their fighters joined the national army of Congo. They did not pick up their arms again until this spring, when hundreds of ex-CNDP fighters defected from the army in April, claiming that the Congolese government had failed to uphold their end of the 2009 agreement.

Reports, including one by the United Nations Group of Experts, have shown that M23 is actively being backed by Rwanda and the new rebellion is likely linked to the fight to control Congo’s rich mineral wealth.

The latest fighting broke out Thursday and led to the deaths of 151 rebels and two soldiers. On Saturday U.N. attack helicopters targeted M23 positions in eastern Congo.

Also on Saturday, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon had called Rwandan President Paul Kagame “to request that he use his influence on the M23 to help calm the situation and restrain M23 from continuing their attack,” according to peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous who spoke at the U.N. headquarters in New York on Saturday.

North Kivu governor Julien Paluku said Saturday that the Congolese army had earlier retreated from Kibumba, which is 30 kilometers (19 miles) north of Goma, after thousands of Rwandans, who he says were backing the rebels, attacked early Saturday.

“Rwandan forces bombarded our positions in Kibumba since early this morning and an estimated 3,500 crossed the border to attack us,” he said Saturday.

In downtown Goma, panicked residents had come out to try to get more information on what was happening. A 45-year-old mother of five said that she has nowhere to go.

“I don’t really know what is happening, I’ve seen soldiers and tanks in the streets and that scares me,” said Imaculee Kahindo. Asked if she planned to leave the city, she said: “What can we do? I will probably hide in my house with my children.”

Hamuli, the spokesman for the Congolese army, denied reports that soldiers were fleeing.

In 2008 as Nkunda’s CNDP rebels amassed at the gates of Goma, reporters inside the city were able to see Congolese soldiers running in the opposite direction, after having abandoned their posts. The Congolese army is notoriously dysfunctional with soldiers paid only small amounts, making it difficult to secure their loyalties during heavy fighting.

“We are fighting 3 kilometers from Goma, just past the airport. And our troops are strong enough to resist the rebels,” said Hamuli. “We won’t let the M23 march into our town,” he said. Asked if his troops were fleeing, he added: “These are false rumors. We are not going anywhere.”

U.N. peacekeeping chief Ladsous said that the rebels were very well-equipped, including with night vision equipment allowing them to fight at night.

Reports by United Nations experts have accused Rwanda, as well as Uganda, of supporting the rebels. Both countries strongly deny any involvement and Uganda said if the charges continue it will pull its peacekeeping troops out of Somalia, where they are playing an important role in pushing out the Islamist extremist rebels.

The U.N. Security Council called for an immediate stop to the violence following a two-hour, closed-door emergency meeting. The council said it would add sanctions against M23 rebels and demanded that rebels immediately stop their advance toward the provincial capital of Goma.

“We must stop the M23″ because Goma’s fall “would, inevitably, turn into a humanitarian crisis,” said France’s U.N. Ambassador, Gerard Araud. He added that U.N. officials would decide in the coming days which M23 leaders to target for additional sanctions.

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Associated Press writer Maria Sanminiatelli at the United Nations and Rukmini Callimachi in Dakar, Senegal, contributed to this report.


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Rwanda Speaks: Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi involvement alleged in DRC

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Nov 18th 2012, 18:32

Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi have been suspected of military involvement in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where rebels are fighting government troops.

Rwanda

A leaked UN report recently accused Rwanda’s Defence Minister James Kabarebe of being the “de facto” commander of M23 rebels battling DR Congo government forces in eastern Nord-Kivu province. It also accuses Rwanda of breaking an arms embargo to supply M23 with military support, intelligence and weapons.

Recruits of the Congolese Revolutionary Army perform a military drill during training in Rumangabo military camp, Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Rwanda has vehemently denied the allegations, dismissing them as a “determined political campaign opposed to resolving the true causes of the conflict” in eastern DR Congo.

Several major international donors have suspended aid over the claims.

Rwanda sent troops into the DR Congo in 1996 and again in 1998. It has also previously supported various proxies in DR Congo, while normally denying any involvement with them.

From 1996 to 1998, Rwanda backed Laurent Kabila’s rebels as they ousted the late dictator of the then Zaire, Mobutu Sese Seko.

After falling out with Kabila, Rwanda re-invaded Congo in 1998, quickly getting sucked into a second major conflict in the country that lasted until 2003.

In 2001, the United Nations accused Rwanda and its proxies of systematically looting DR Congo’s vast mineral wealth.

In 2008, Rwanda was accused by the United Nations of supporting a rebellion by the Tutsi-led National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP), many of whose members are now part of M23.

In 2009, Rwandan forces entered eastern DR Congo with Kinshasa’s permission to fight the Hutu Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) rebel group, made up of some of those responsible for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda of more than 800,000 minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus.

Uganda

According to the UN report, senior Ugandan officials have “actively supported” the M23. The allegations include claims that Uganda deployed around 600 troops to help the rebels prepare offensives.

Uganda has vehemently denied the accusations, saying Kampala is playing a central role as a regional mediator brokering talks between Kinshasa and the rebels.

In retaliation, Ugandan officials have threatened to withdraw the country’s troops from all international peacekeeping missions.

From 1996 to 1998, Uganda, along with Rwanda, backed Laurent Kabila’s rebels as they ousted Mobutu.

From 1998 to 2003, Uganda became embroiled in DR Congo’s protracted second war — sometimes called Africa’s “Great War” — backing proxy militias and battling former ally Rwanda in the eastern DR Congo city of Kisangani.

The United Nations accused Ugandan commanders of plundering the DR Congo’s mineral wealth, and in 2005 the International Court of Justice ordered Uganda to pay reparations.

Burundi

In early October this year, a DR Congolese militia fighting government forces in eastern Sud-Kivu province claimed that Burundi government troops were fighting alongside DR Congo army soldiers, which Bujumbura denies.

Bujumbura claims instead that the Burundian rebel National Liberation Forces (FNL) have rear bases in Sud-Kivu.

Burundi nevertheless acknowledged that a Burundian officer was killed there, but said he had been on an official intelligence mission under a military cooperation accord with the DR Congo.

According to the Burundi army, this accord includes joint search operations along the border, with each of the two forces patrolling its own side.

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Rwanda Speaks: U.N. attack helicopters hit rebels in eastern Congo

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Nov 18th 2012, 18:11

U.N. attack helicopters hit rebels in eastern Congo

Jonny Hogg

Reuters

12:18 PM CST, November 17, 2012

KINSHASA (Reuters) – United Nations attack helicopters hit rebel positions in eastern Congo on Saturday after insurgents gained ground in heavy fighting with government troops, the U.N. said.

 

The clashes to the south of the town Kibumba mean the rebels have advanced to within 30 km (18 miles) of Goma, the closest they have been to North Kivu’s provincial capital since a rebellion exploded in the eastern provinces eight months ago.

North Kivu governor Julien Paluku said the army retreated to the southern outskirts of the town after M23 rebels – a group of soldiers who mutinied in April – advanced with support from neighbouring Rwanda. A Congolese government statement claimed 4,000 Rwandans had crossed the border.

Rwanda rejected the accusations, the latest in a string of charges by the Congolese government in Kinshasa. The Rwandan government called on Congo’s army and the rebels to halt the fighting as shells were landing in its territory.

The French mission at the United Nations in New York said it had called for an emergency meeting at the Security Council on the situation in Congo for 2000 GMT on Saturday.

More than five million people are estimated to have died from violence, hunger and disease in wars in Congo since 1998. It is the deadliest conflict since World War Two.

U.N. experts have said in reports they have evidence that Rwanda has supported the M23 rebels in eastern Congo. They have called on the Security Council to impose sanctions on Rwandan officials in response.

“The Rwandan army came across the border behind our troops, that’s why our troops withdrew,” Paluku told Reuters by telephone.

“The (rebels) are just a few kilometres away, so of course Goma is under threat, we can’t hide that,” he said, adding that government troops were regrouping at Kilimanyoka, 12 km north of the city. Rebels said they had no immediate plans to attack Goma.

The U.N. peace keeping mission in Congo said army units had come under heavy weapons fire since early on Saturday morning, forcing civilians to flee. U.N. attack helicopters were dispatched to strike rebel positions south of Kibumba.

“So far ten missions have been carried out by our attack helicopters,” the U.N. said in a statement. The U.N. has a mandate to protect civilians and support government troops when they need it.

No casualty figures have been given by any force.

RWANDA DENIES SUPPORT FOR M23

Rwanda’s army has repeatedly sent soldiers into Congo during nearly two decades of conflict in Africa’s Great Lakes region but Kigali has strongly denied Congolese and U.N. accusations of support for the M23.

“These are absolutely false allegations. They are very tired, and very old. Whenever DRC (the Democratic Republic of Congo) is defeated on the battlefield it’s meant to be (Rwanda’s army),” Rwandan army spokesman Brigadier General Joseph Nzabamwita told Reuters.

“Rwanda has called on (Congo’s army) and M23 to stop this useless war … Rwanda is being violated by constant bomb shells on our territory,” he added.

More than three-quarters of a million people have fled their homes since the fighting began, and regional efforts to find a solution have so far failed.

M23 spokesman Vianney Kazarama told Reuters the rebels were now in control of Kibumba but said they would not advance further.

“We’re stopping here, we’re waiting, we’re not going to Goma,” he said, reiterating a call for the government to start negotiations.

(Additional reporting by Jenny Clover in Kigali, Louis Charbonneau in New York; Writing by David Lewis, editing by Rosalind Russell)

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UMUVUGIZI: Col Kahasha Albert yanze gufatanya na Gen Kabarebe mu migambi yo guhugabanya umutekano wa Kongo arangijye yitanga mu maboko ya leta ya Kongo  n’abasirikare be

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Col Kahasha Albert yanze gufatanya na Gen Kabarebe mu migambi yo guhugabanya umutekano wa Kongo arangijye yitanga mu maboko ya leta ya Kongo  n'abasirikare be
Nov 18th 2012, 15:21

General James Kabarebe akomeje kuba igikoresho cya perezida Kagame mu guhugabanya umutekano wa Kongo

Amakuru agera ku Umuvugizi yemeza ko Gen Kabarebe akomejye gucura umugambi wo guhirika ubutegetsi bwa Perezida Kabila  hamwe no gukora ibikorwa by'iterabwoba muri rusange bikomejye koreka imbaga y'abaturage b'inzira karengane ,ibi byose akaba abiherwa uburenganzira na Perezida Kagame . 

Mu rwego rwo gushigikira iyo mitwe y'iterabwoba ibarizwa muri Kongo  ifatanye na M23 ibarizwa mu nkengero z’umujyi wa Goma , Gen Kabarebe aherutse guhamagaza umwe mu basirikare bakuru ba Kongo witwa Col Kahasha Albert  wa barizwaga muri Groupement ya Kivu y'amajye epfo, anamuhaye ibikoresho bya gisirikare bitandukanye hamwe n'izindi mfashanyo zizamworohereza kurwana urugamba, ariko amwihanangiriza ko agomba   gufatanya n'undi mutwe w'inyeshamba wahitanye imbanga y'abaturage b'inzira karengane muri  Kongo  ariwo Mai Mai Mutomboki . Ku mabwiriza Gen Kabarebe yahaga Col Kahasha amubwira kwifatanya na Maimai Mutomboki byari ukugira ngo barwane na none indi ntambara baturutse muri kivu y'amajyepfo bagamijye guhirika ubutegetsi bwa Perezida Kabila . 

Amakuru atugeraho akaba yemeza ko Col Kahasha Albert yakoze igikorwa cya kigabo ubwo yangaga gufatanya na Gen Kabarebe mu gikorwa cyo kugambanira igihugu cye hamwe no guhungabanya ubusugire bwacyo, bityo Col Kahasha Albert akaba yarahitse yitanga mu maboko ya leta ya Kongo hamwe n'ingabo ze kimwe n'ibikoresho bye . 

Umuvugizi washoboye kuvugana Minisitiri w'itangazamakuru akaba n'umuvugizi wa leta ya Kongo, Minisitiri Laurent Mende adutangariza ko iby'iyo nkuru  aribyo koko , ko bamaze kwakira Col Kahasha Albert hamwe n'abasirikare yari ashinzwe kuyobora ngo  kandi na bamwe bataramugeraho bakiri mu mashyamba,  bakaba bari  bari hafi kumugeraho. 

Minisitiri Mende akaba yaradutangarije ati: "ni Gen Kabarebe ubwe ukomeje gupanga no gushyigikira  ibikorwa by'intambara ikomeje kuyogoza Kongo" . Ikindi kandi leta ya Kongo ikaba ifite za gihamya simusiga zerekana ukuntu ari Gen Kabarebe ubwe ariwe  wirirwa agumura   abayobozi bakuru b'igihugu hamwe n'abasirikare bakuru b'igihugu ba Kongo bakoresheje   ruswa y'amafaranga , abandi bakababwira ko bazabaha imyanya M23 nimara gufata ubutegetsi, naho abanze ibyo Kabarebe yabasabye byo kugambanira ubutegetsi bwa Kabila bakabatera bwoba mu buryo butandukanye . 

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The Rwandan: GOMA (North Kivu capital city) airport under M23 control since early this morning.

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GOMA (North Kivu capital city) airport under M23 control since early this morning.
Nov 18th 2012, 14:11

According to local sources, MONUSCO would try to defend the city only in support of the governmental forces. It’s not happening! There is panic. Rwanda Defense Forces, RDF, have been nightly deploying more troops (211, 61 and 63 battalions and Special Forces). Sources confirm that M23 and RDF troops could patrol the capital city any time today without firing a single bullet.

This morning 6 buses of MONUSCO troops left Goma for Kigali, officially in routine troops rotation. The coincidence is interesting.

The UN group of experts report highlighted the consequences of the capture of Goma by the Rwanda controlled M23 rebels and the subsequent humanitarian disaster. No strong action was seen to deter the driving force behind this notorious militia. This reveals again the limits of the United Nations in volatile zones. No sanctions against the Rwanda leadership, instead a rotating seat in the UN security council given for 2013-2014! the world we live in is just terrible!

Musangamfura Sixbert

 

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