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Why have army top brass and a government minister resigned in South Sudan? Why has the Southern African Development Community refused to admit Burundi? What... [Read More]
Exiled journalists tell of how decades of balanced post-conflict reporting is being dismantled by President Nkurunziza... [Read More]
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Noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General. [Read More]
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Noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General. [Read More]
Rowan Companies PLC (RDC) Issues Earnings Results ... [Read More]
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The United Nations has called on political parties in Burundi to commit fully to peace talks to resolve a two-year old political crisis in the... [Read More]
A former vice president of Burundi who fled the country after criticizing the ruling party has returned to the country after accusing some of her... [Read More]
It can't happen here? Really? Strongmen are in charge in 49 authoritarian regimes around the world - Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Bahrain,... [Read More]
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The mediator in Burundi's nearly two-year political crisis on Sunday asked regional leaders to call an urgent summit as deep discord and a government boycott... [Read More]
Burundi's government on Friday asked Tanzania to arrest several leaders of the main opposition attending peace talks in Arusha in a bid to resolve a... [Read More]
Burundi's government says it will not participate in peace talks with the opposition because it cannot negotiate with fugitives from justice. The government did not... [Read More]
The violence in Burundi has rekindled memories of the 1994 genocide in neighbouring Rwanda... [Read More]
Mediator's insistence on inviting coup plotters could hurt participation... [Read More]
Burundi's government affirmed Tuesday it will shun peace talks with opposition figures planned for later this week in Tanzania, dragging out a political crisis that... [Read More]
This Global Legal Monitor article by Constance Johnson covering Detention, Homicide, International organizations, Torture was published on October 5, 2015 for Burundi... [Read More]
America gained 71 new citizens, from 35 different nations, Friday at the Czech & Slovak Museum. Smiles were on many of their faces, flags and... [Read More]
Data from swiping apps like Tinder are giving researchers a window into how dating and relationships could be changing. [Read More]
On a beautiful day in Armory Park in the downtown area, a unique blend of music emanates from between the trees. A sax player from... [Read More]
Stalled peace talks in Burundi are forcing hundreds to flee every day seeking refuge in neighbouring countries, the United Nations refugee agency warned today, appealing... [Read More]
Speaking out against a ban and provisional suspension of a number of civil society organizations in Burundi, United Nations rights experts warned today of growing... [Read More]
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