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President Paul Kagame: 'Uganda Cannot Afford to Go to War with Rwanda'

"People fear fighting between us. I don’t see it coming because I think Uganda understands the cost of it."

President Paul Kagame: 'Uganda Cannot Afford to Go to War with Rwanda'
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