GENEVA - The United Nations has toned down a report detailing hundreds of gruesome attacks against civilians in Congo over a 10-year period but left intact the suggestion that Rwanda's army may have committed genocide there in the 1990s.
KIGALI, Rwanda - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with Rwanda's president Wednesday after he threatened to withdraw thousands of Rwandan peacekeepers if the United Nations publishes a report accusing Rwanda's army of possible genocide in the 1990s.
GENEVA - A report detailing hundreds of gruesome attacks against civilians in Congo over a 10-year period won't be released until October, the U.N.'s top human rights official said Thursday, after Rwanda angrily protested the findings in a draft version.
GENEVA - The U.N.'s human rights office said Tuesday it hasn't come under pressure from Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to alter a forthcoming report accusing the Rwandan army of committing possible genocide in Congo in the 1990s.
KIGALI, Rwanda - Rwanda says it is ready to withdraw its U.N.
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