Last updated: 8 september, 2010 - 15:46 GMT

Ban Ki Moon in Rwanda

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The Rwandan government finally got to express its outrage personally to the UN secretary General Ban Ki-moon over a leaked report, alleging its forces committed genocide in neighbouring DR Congo.

Rwanda is so furious that when the unpublished report came to light last week, it immediately threatened to pull out its peacekeepers in Sudan's Dafur region.

So in an apparent attempt to avert that from happening, the UN secretary general flew to Rwanda for a meeting with government officials.

At the airport before he flew out again he read a brief statement .

Our reporter Prudent Nsengiyumva was there.

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