Taste of Rwanda takes a little longer to cook

It seems Rwanda has been in the news lately for many of the wrong reasons. International observers have blasted President Paul Kagame for allegedly fixing last month's presidential elections.

Published: Wednesday, 09/08/2010 12:00 am EDT

It seems Rwanda has been in the news lately for many of the wrong reasons. International observers have blasted President Paul Kagame for allegedly fixing last month's presidential elections. And UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon was in the African nation this week in an effort to stop Rwanda from withdrawing all its troops from international peacekeeping missions after a UN report alleged the Kagame regime ordered civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo massacred in 1996-97.

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