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Burundi Vote Campaign Begins in Shadow of Violence and Covid-19

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Burundi’s political parties started campaigning for next month’s presidential elections on Monday despite opposition accusations of intimidation and the ongoing global coronavirus crisis. With only...

Burundi Announces First Two Covid-19 Cases

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Burundi has confirmed its first two coronavirus cases, Health minister Thadée Ndikumana announced late Tuesday. Dr Ndikumana said the two patients are Burundians aged 56...

Burundi Leaves the ICC

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Burundi has become the first country to leave the International Criminal Court (ICC) a year after it lodged its notice of withdrawal. The East African country...

Register Children in Schools – Burundian Refugees Urged

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The ministry for Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs (MIDIMAR) has urged Burundian refugee parents at Mahama camp in Kirehe District to ensure their children...
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Government Distances Self from Gen Muhoozi’s Kainerugaba’s Tweets

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Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has distanced itself from the remarks of first son General Mahoozi Kainerugaba on Twitter about capturing Kenya’s...

South Sudan Gov’t Starts Probe into Killing of 19 Nationals in Sudan

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South Sudan is probing circumstances under which over 19 of its nationals died in Sudan’s Western Kordofan town of Muglad. The country’s Interior minister, Solomon...

Muhoozi Kainerugaba Promoted to General, Stripped of His Land Forces Command

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First son Muhoozi Kainerugaba has been dropped from his position as the commander of the UPDF Land Forces, The Tower Post reports. Kainerugaba who has...

Uganda Cubs Tame Burundi in U-17 AFCON Qualifier

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Uganda’s national Under 17 team, the Cubs have kicked started their campaign in the TotalEnergies U-17 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) for the CECAFA...

South Sudan: NSS to Train Officers on Human Rights

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The spokesperson of the National Security Service said the institution is wielding efforts to train and reform its officers on human right laws. David John...