When Uganda, Rwanda almost went to war

Tensions had been quietly simmering between Uganda and Rwanda long before the end of the deadly second Congo war in which the armies of the two neighbouring countries’ armies clashed.
The turf for the clash of the two erstwhile firmest of allies was in Kisangani, the capital of Tshopo Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in August, 1999.
At least 1,000 people, mainly Congolese, are believed to have perished in the clashes between the two alone.

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