August 6 - The Presidents of Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, Joseph Kabila and Paul Kagame, pledge to boost economic and security ties after a rare meeting.
August 12 - Gregoire Ndahimana, a Rwandan fugitive accused of genocide and crimes against humanity, is arrested by a joint Rwandan-Congolese military operation.
September 18 - Michel Bagaragaza, former head of Rwanda's tea industry, pleads guilty to complicity in the 1994 genocide, altering his original not guilty plea.
September 20 - The Democratic Republic of Congo transfers Grégoire Ndahimana to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to stand trial for the massacre of at least 2,000 Rwandan Tutsis during the 1994 genocide.
September 28 - Grégoire Ndahimana, a former mayor accused of taking part in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, pleads not guilty at a United Nations tribunal.