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Burundi Allowed to Pay Only $1 Million to EAC Budget
allAfrica.com - Monday, July 07, 2008
he East African Community has allowed Burundi to pay only $1 million as budget contribution for the two EAC financial years of 2007/08 and 2008/ ... more

Country's Clubs Eye Liberation Glory
allAfrica.com - Friday, July 04, 2008
urundi's renowned basketball clubs will attempt to make an improved showing at this year's Liberation day tournament which gets under today until Sunday at Amahoro stadium indoor ... more

Rwanda 2009 - Lions in Camp for Match Against Burundi
allAfrica.com - Friday, July 04, 2008
ome 25 players of the junior national football team have been called to camp in Yaounde ahead of the return leg match against Burundi next July 12. It is within the framework of the first round qualifiers for the 16th African Youth Championship to take place next year in Rwanda.... more

Fatal Chicken Disease a Blow to Food Security
allAfrica.com - Thursday, July 03, 2008
ood security in Burundi's Kayanza province is under threat because of an untreatable disease that has killed more than 1,000 chickens in one commune, according to a senior ... more

U.S. Urges Burundian-UN Peacekeepers for the Future
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, July 02, 2008
he United States government has called for Burundian government to contribute Peacekeeping troops to Somalia as parts of UN peace keepers planned to send to Somalia senior Diplomat ... more

Burundian Wins BBC Swahili Award
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, July 02, 2008
24-year-old Burundian has won the grand final of the BBC Swahili young entrepreneur competition, Faidika na BBC (Prosper with the BBC), a press statement from BBC World Service ... more

Govt Tips Investors Following Peace Deal
allAfrica.com - Monday, June 30, 2008
urundi president, Pierre Nkurunziza has expressed optimism that his country is safe for investment with reforms in place to entice ... more

Alison Desforges - Evolution of Muyinga Case is Unacceptable
allAfrica.com - Monday, June 23, 2008
he recent refusal by Burundi's Military Court not to try Muyinga massacre of 13 opponents in 2006 can not be acceptable, stated Allison Desforges, an official for Africa of Human Rights ... more

UN Will Finance Transitional Justice Consultations
allAfrica.com - Monday, June 23, 2008
he Government of Burundi, Joint Steering Committee for Consolidation of Peace in Burundi and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed an agreement to support the national consultations on the set up of the mechanisms for transitional justice in Burundi, which will cost USD 1, 380 ... more

Six Acquitted Over Murder of WHO Representative
allAfrica.com - Thursday, June 19, 2008
he Supreme Court of Burundi Thursday acquitted six former officials of the Burundian security services accused of having taken part in the murder of Dr Kassi Manlan, Representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Burundi, in November ... more


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Assembly Points Identified for Burundi Combatants
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, June 18, 2008
ollowing the recent meeting between the Burundi government and the rebel group Palipehutu-FNL in South Africa, the parties have agreed on six pre-assembly areas for returning ... more

Constitutional Court Decision Unseats 22 Lawmakers
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, June 18, 2008
he ousting of 22 National Assembly members, following a Constitutional Court decision that they could not sit as "independents," raises serious concerns about double standards given that other independent deputies supporting the government remain in parliament, Human Rights Watch said today. The affected parliamentarians had been elected as members of... more

Rebel Leader Declares End to Armed Struggle
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, June 17, 2008
urundi's last active rebel leader, Agathon Rwasa, has declared the end of the armed struggle against the government at a ceremony to mark the formal start of the cantonment of his fighters in Rugazi Commune, Bubanza Province, western ... more

Burundi: Constitutional Court Decision Unseats 22 Lawmakers
Human Rights Watch - Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Lawyers, Civil Society Allege Bias and Political Manipulation by Ruling Party The ousting of 22 National Assembly members, following a Constitutional Court decision that they could not sit as “independents,” raises serious concerns about double standards given that other independent deputies supporting the government remain in parliament, Human Rights Watch... more

Burundi Parties Sign Magaliesberg Communiqué for Peace
allAfrica.com - Thursday, June 12, 2008
he Burundi government and the rebel Palipehutu-FNL on Wednesday committed themselves to lasting peace through the Magaliesberg Communiqué on the Burundi Peace ... more

Access to Water is a Human Right
allAfrica.com - Thursday, June 12, 2008
f women had control over water as resource "they would be better placed to manage its use, especially in agriculture, which is the principal economic activity in Burundi, and is controlled by women." Concilie Gahungere looks at the access to water in Burundi in relation to ... more

Rebel Leader's Return a Boon for Peace
allAfrica.com - Thursday, June 12, 2008
he return from exile of a key rebel leader is a significant development in Burundi's search for peace, but his group and the government need to quickly overcome mutual suspicions and make compromises, according to ... more

Bujumbura Appeals Court Acquits Four Journalists
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, June 11, 2008
he Appeals Court of Bujumbura has acquitted four journalists, working for three privately owned stations, who were jailed for alleged violations to the national security of the ... more

'Food Has Become Too Expensive'
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, June 10, 2008
ven before his wife bore their eighth child, Selemani François knew he would have a difficult time sustaining a large family on a taxi driver's income in Burundi's capital of ... more

Rebel Group Accused of Recruiting Children
allAfrica.com - Monday, June 09, 2008
urundi's last active armed opposition group, the Forces nationales de libération (FNL), has continued to recruit children into its ranks despite recent moves to end rebellion, a senior official ... more

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