Congo to help fight Rwanda rebels
Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo have agreed to co-operate to deal with forces along their common border blamed for the 1994 Rwandan genocide, BBC reported.
Both countries' foreign ministers said Rwandan intelligence teams would go into DR Congo to help eradicate them.
The Hutu fighters have lived in eastern DR Congo since 1994 and have been a key factor in destabilising the region.
Rebel leader Laurent Nkunda has made the disarmament of the Hutu forces a key demand to halting his rebellion.