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Hand Over Coup Plotters, Burundi Tells Rwanda

30/11 | [East African] Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye wants Rwanda to extradite the 2015 coup plotters in the country, saying (...)

Tanzania - Burundian Refugees 'Disappeared,' Tortured

30/11 | [HRW] Nairobi -- Halt Forced Returns; Investigate Police, Intelligence Services

Hippos Dare South Sudan to Better Their Burundi Rout

26/11 | [Monitor] South Sudan have ably stood up to Uganda's football challenge over the past two weeks.

Rwasa - Burundi Not Out of the Woods in Quest for Unity, Stability

25/11 | [East African] Agathon Rwasa, the country's opposition leader, spoke with The EastAfrican on electoral process, political space and (...)

Nation Welcomed Back into Francophonie Family as Sanctions Are Lifted

10/11 | [East African] Burundi has been re-admitted into the fold of Francophone countries, following the lifting of the four year-long (...)

Burundi to Reopen Airport

4/11 | [East African] The Burundi government Tuesday announced it would reopen Melchior Ndadaye International Airport on November (...)

Burundi PM Arrives for Magufuli's Second Inauguration

4/11 | [Daily News] Burundi Prime Minister Alain Bunyoni has just landed at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam, (...)

Burundi President Makes First Official Visit Outside East Africa

3/11 | [East African] Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye on Monday travelled to Equatorial Guinea for a state visit, the first time (...)

Burundi’s humanitarian crisis : An inconvenient truth for the ruling party

20/08 | With less than a year to Burundi’s presidential election, aid workers and political analysts say the ruling party is intent on (...)

The trouble with plans to send 116,000 Burundian refugees home

5/03 | Under pressure to go home, Burundian refugees in Tanzania face two bad options: return to face social and economic hardship and (...)

Refugee resettlement hits 10-year low

13/09 | Some 50,000 to 60,000 people fleeing war and persecution will start a new life and be on track for a new passport in 2018, but it will (...)

As risks rise in Burundi, refuge in Tanzania is no longer secure

8/05 | A political almanac, a miniature desk flag, a poster of presidents past and present: symbols of Tanzania, the country that has given (...)
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