In this photograph taken Friday Aug. 10, 2012, Ibrahim Nsanzimana, a 28-year-old Rwandan man, sits under a tree at the Congolese military intelligence offices in Goma, eastern Congo. Out of work and ... more 
In this photograph taken Friday Aug. 10, 2012, Ibrahim Nsanzimana, a 28-year-old Rwandan man, sits under a tree at the Congolese military intelligence offices in Goma, eastern Congo. Out of work and desperate to make a living, Nsanzimana agreed to join the Rwandan army in early July. After spending a week learning how to shoot with AK-47 assault rifles, he was told he was going to fight to take North Kivu province (of eastern Congo) and to make it part of Rwanda. Nsanzimana was captured three weeks ago by Congolese Tutsi soldiers. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Jerome Delay
Sun, Aug 12, 2012 11:57 AM EDT