U.N. officials say they've learned of plans by Rwanda's new Tutsi-controlled government to force 800,000 of 2 million Hutu refugees from camps in the country's southeast. That location is the same "safe haven" French peacekeepers abandoned in August. U.N. military observers said the Rwandan Patriotic Front (R.P.F.), which won a civil war three months ago, now wants to displace the refugees by Oct. 25. Meanwhile, the U.N. says, conditions are so bad in the camps that mothers are abandoning children at orphanages to ensure that their offspring are fed --the result of armed ex-soldiers hogging the food.