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Kigoma - Approximately 12,000 Burundian refugees in Tanzania have asked ... then voluntarily sign up will return to Burundi through the programme. ... the Burundian government to receive the returning refugees before they ...
The Burundian government fits both descriptions. ... 24, 2016, to announce Burundi's intent to withdraw from the ICC, which has focused almost ...

The Burundian government has repeatedly denied wrongdoing but people continue to leave Burundi out of fear. DRC is home to hundreds of ...
The Burundian and Congolese refugees fled conflict in their ... Burundi's government has said Hutu rebels fighting the government use the ...
Bujumbura, Burundi - Burundi's parliament approved the new ... vice presidents on Monday, as the new government began to take shape.

Dar es Salaam - The leader of Burundi's only remaining rebel group has said the FNL is ready to talk peace with the Burundian government, ...
Burundi says ICC probe legally "groundless" ... ICC to open a case "as soon as possible" against the Burundian government on alleged crimes ... Burundi plunged into a crisis since April 2015 when Burundian President Pierre ...
On October 27, 2017, Burundi will be the first Member State to ... On the Burundian government side, fingers are crossed hoping that the ...
Many receive virtually no government assistance, so it is the only ... to investigate whether Burundi's government committed crimes against ...
... disappearances and arbitrary arrests have been rampant in Burundi for more than ... likely to "remain unpunished" -- because the government is behind them.
Burundi: UN independent panel calls for ICC probe into possible crimes ... "We deeply regret the Burundian government's lack of cooperation, ...
4 (Xinhua) -- Burundi is to receive over 15,000 refugees from Tanzania ... fled the country's 2015 crisis, a senior government official said Monday. ... the first batch of Burundian refugees from Tanzania should arrive in Burundi ...
African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) peacekeepers from Burundi patrol after fighting between insurgents and government soldiers on ...
UN investigators on Monday accused Burundi's government of crimes against humanity, including executions and torture, and urged the ...
Missing Burundi teens highlight media blind spot toward Black community ... HRW found that, over the past two years, government repression ...
Dar es Salaam -- Some Burundian refugees hosted in Tanzania will be ... by the host government, Burundian authorities and the United Nations ... Most of them are from Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Burundi needs international peacekeeping missions to keep its troops ... Up to 2016, the Burundian government took $200 from each monthly ...
Tanzania, Burundi and the U.N. refugee agency announced ... The Burundian government has complained that returns have so far been ...
Migrants from the landlocked country of Burundi, in Central Africa, at a ... 36 per cent - of regional government areas across the country have helped to offset local ... According to the analysis, by the non-governmental Regional ...
Missing Burundi Teens Highlight Media Blind Spot towards the Black ... HRW found that, over the past two years, government repression has ...
One of Burundi's leading rebel groups has promised to step up attacks against the country's government. The Burundi Popular Forces says it is ...
Bujumbura, Aug 29 (Prensa Latina) A Burundi Popular Forces (FPB) rebel group has vowed to step up attacks against President Pierre ...
U.N. Panel Urges U.S. government To Reject Racial Hatred And ... "only 20 times since 2003 against countries including Iraq, Burundi, Guyana ...
22 (Xinhua) -- A total of 1,819 Burundian troops of the 44th and 45th ... had previously forced the Burundian government to threaten to withdraw ...
'No sign of positive evolution' in Burundi, says head of independent UN rights ... He noted that "there is no cooperation with the government" on ...
The government claims Burundi is safe, that political disagreements have ... the Burundian government and opposition engage in a dialogue to ...
The UN is accusing Burundi's government of severe human rights violations. Burundi says it is the target of an international conspiracy.
The funds will be given to the women of each household, who normally manage family budgets in Burundi. Gabriel Rufyiri, chairman of OLUCOME - a watchdog that fights corruption and economic embezzlement - is urging the Burundi government to ...
Tanzania: Since the lifting of the prima facie refugee recognition for Burundian refugees on 20 January. UNHCR has been trying to get clarity from the government of Tanzania on the R50 procedures that will be put into place. Meanwhile. arrivals from ...
Despite fears of a crackdown by the authorities on dissenting voices, students in Burundi are on strike over the government's decision to abolish scholarships. Up until recently, The Great Lakes nation's students had always benefited from bursaries ...
Despite reports of renewed mineral smuggling failed attempts, the police and the Burundi Mining Office (OBM) note a remarkable decrease in illicit mineral traffic due to dissuasive actions and the change of people's mentality.
A joint survey conducted by Burundi health experts and the World Health Organisation (WHO) revealed the figures this week, highlighting the number of registered cases since the start of the year.
Minister Nijimbere notes that tuberculosis patients are being treated free of charge in Burundi. To combat the disease, the Minister says that the government is going to pay a lot of attention to the most vulnerable people, including the elderly ...
Despite claims by the government of Pierre Nkurunziza that the situation in Burundi has normalized, facts on the ground suggest otherwise.
The UN Security Council in July 2016 authorized the deployment of up to 228 UN police to Burundi to monitor security and human rights, but the government has blocked progress on that force. Hundreds have died and 390,000 people have fled since the ...
Even as Burundi continues to distance itself from the East African Community, the African Development Bank has said it will still support the country's development projects that promote integration.
Led by Marie Louise Baricako, a 64-year-old Burundian activist, the group hopes to help stop the bloodshed in Burundi, a country teetering on the edge of genocide. President Pierre Nkurunziza has led a campaign of ... Marie's group aims to find a way ...
South Sudanese citizens will still pay entry fees to East African nations because the government has not yet paid the required membership fee which is $ 8 million, a top diplomat said.
Letter dated 8 March 2017 from the Chair of the Burundi configuration of the Peacebuilding Commission addressed to the President of the Security Council - Report of the Peacebuilding Commission on the situation in Burundi (S/2017/200) ... From 4 to 9 ...
The Burundi government declared malaria epidemic the same day the UN alleged that the country has been committing serious human rights abuses against its own people.
It makes sense for Non-Governmental Organizations to band together to fight government corruption; they get better results that way.
13 March 2017 - At respective interactive dialogues today on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Myanmar, Burundi, Iran and Eretria, senior United ...
The statement says the assailants then fled into Burundian territory. Burundi's defense ministry said Monday that Burundi "will never give refuge to criminals or troublemakers" who destabilize neighboring countries. Relations between Rwanda and Burundi ...
SC/12750 13 March 2017 The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Matthew Rycroft (United Kingdom): On 9 March ...
BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) - Burundi's government says malaria has killed more than 700 people across the country so far this year.
Burundi's government says malaria has killed more than 700 people across the country so far this year.


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