The Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday accused Rwanda of an ‘invasion’ after rebels it says receive support from Kigali overran a major trading post on the Ugandan border. Fighters from the M23 rebel group seized the town of Bunagana in eastern North Kivu province as some government forces retreated into Uganda. But, the AFP news agency reports that the Congolese army released a statement on Monday evening accusing the Rwandan army of taking over the border town.