Rwanda’s foreign minister has warned that his country will retaliate against any further attacks launched from the Democratic Republic of Congo, as tensions between the two neighbours soar. The AFP news agency reports that relations between the two countries have been strained since the mass arrival in the eastern DRC of Rwandan Hutus accused of slaughtering Tutsis during the 1994 genocide, with a diplomatic feud between Kigali and Kinshasa having escalated in recent days as both sides trade accusations of aiding armed militias in the volatile eastern DRC region which borders Rwanda. To read this full article visit the News Blog page of the Future Media website.