KINSHASA (AFP) - Radio Okapi, a UN-sponsored station in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has been jammed, its chief editor said Sunday. Audiovisual authorities "have accused us of failing to submit our programme lineup, but the jamming came after we broadcast an interview on Thursday with (rebel leader) Jean-Marie Runiga," the editor said, requesting anonymity. The Kinshasa-based station has been jammed since late Saturday, he said. The DR Congo government could not immediately be reached for comment. Radio Okapi was founded 10 years ago through a partnership between Switzerland's Hirondelle foundation, which specialises in setting up independent news media in crisis zones, and the United Nations.