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The Court of Ruyigi Orders Six Persons to Be Conditionally Released - Thursday, January 24, 2008
he court of Ruyigi ordered the release of the six persons whom the police arrested in connection with the killing of the French aid worker Agnès Bury. The prosecutor at the Court of Appeals of Gitega rejected the court's decision. He said that he will file an appeal with the... more

Two Persons Killed in Kamenge - Thursday, January 24, 2008
nidentified armed persons in police uniforms killed two and wounded a child yesterday in the Teza quarter of Kamenge commune located in the northern part of the capital city Bujumbura. The incident took place at about midnight on 11th ... more

Country's MPs Get Tips on Decentralisation - Wednesday, January 23, 2008
he visiting Burundian legislators were yesterday lectured on the policy of decentralisation and its proper implementation in fostering good governance and equitable ... more

ACF Decides to Suspend Its Activities in Country - Wednesday, January 23, 2008
ction Contre la Faim has decided to suspend its activities in Burundi following the killing of one of its workers in Ruyigi province on 31 December 2007. This NGO had temporary closed its doors in Burundi previously. Action Contre la Faim believes its workers are not sufficiently safe enough to... more

The Security Plans Measures to Halt Escalating Violence - Wednesday, January 23, 2008
esterday the Security minister, Commissioner General Alain-Guillaume Bunyoni, broke the government's silence over the recent trend of ... more

Rema Hospital Opens - Wednesday, January 23, 2008
ema hospital opened today. The founder of Maison Shalom, Ms Marguerite Barankitse, also known as Maggy, financed the construction through donations and credit at a cost of about four billion francs. This hospital is primary intended to help mothers but it has psychiatric wing as well. The second Vice-President of... more

The Police Arrest Five Persons in Ruyigi - Tuesday, January 22, 2008
he police have arrested five persons in connection with the invasion of the home of the governor of Ruyigi province. The arrested include the administrator of Ruyigi commune, the judge of a local court, a substitute public prosecutor, a policeman and an NGO worker. The police of Ruyigi arrested these... more

Murders Continue in the Northern Quarters of Bujumbura - Tuesday, January 22, 2008
rowing violence in the northern communes of the city of Bujumbura continues to take its toll on the civilian population. In the quarter of Ngozi in Kinama commune a gang killed a nurse on night Sunday. This killing has shocked the inhabitants of Kinama who wonder why the President of... more

Battalion Deployed to Mogadishu - Tuesday, January 22, 2008
ll Burundian troops who will participate in the African Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) have arrived in Somalia. More than 400 Burundian troops reached Mogadishu on Sunday. Brigadier General Juvénal Niyoyunguruza is the commander of this battalion. He arrived at Mogadishu on Sunday along with the troops who had previously remained... more

220 Troops Join Amisom - Monday, January 21, 2008
wo hundred and twenty Burundian troops have joined their comrades-in-arms in Somalia where they are serving in the African Union Mission to Somalia ... more


Colonel Vital Bangirimana is at Large - Monday, January 21, 2008
olonel Vital Bangirimana has fled to Tanzania to escape legal action again him in Burundi. Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, the leader of the association for the Defense of Prisoners' Rights, A.P.R.O.D.H., confirms that he has proof that Colonel Bangirimana fled to Tanzania on Wednesday. He has been on medical leave since... more

Parliamentarians Due Here On Study Visit - Monday, January 21, 2008
delegation of eleven Burundian legislators arrives in the country on Monday, January 21 for a one-week official working ... more

Govt Builds Military Ties With Tanzania - Saturday, January 19, 2008
he Tanzanian defence minister, Professor Juma Kapuya, arrived in Burundi on 17 January 2008. He hopes to bolster military cooperation between the two nations. The government of Burundi plans to use this opportunity to send a message to ... more

Students of Teacher Training School Suspend Their Strike - Friday, January 18, 2008
tudents of the Teacher Training School, ENS, have decided to suspend their strike after their representatives met with the education minister and the staff manager at the office of the Second Vice-President of the Republic. This suspension is ... more

Government to Reorganize Community Service Program - Friday, January 18, 2008
he government of Burundi is set to reorganize the community service program. A project law to reinforce the program is being prepared by the interior ministry and will soon be analysed in a cabinet ... more

Two Soldiers Killed in Attack North of Capital - Friday, January 18, 2008
n 16 January 2008 at 7:30 PM two soldiers were killed during an attack targeting the home of the commander of Muha camp. The victims were soldiers guarding the commander's home in Gasenyi quarter of Gihosha commune. The attack was carried out by eight persons in police uniforms. The attacker... more

HITS Telecom to Begin Doing Business in Country - Thursday, January 17, 2008
he government of Burundi recently issued a telecom licence to the mobile telephone operator HITS ... more

Senator Ndayizeye Celebrates the First Anniversary of His Release - Thursday, January 17, 2008
he former President of the Republic, Domitien Ndayizeye, celebrated the first anniversary of his release from the central prison of ... more

A Hundred Thousand Small Arms Flowing Into Country - Thursday, January 17, 2008
ore than a hundred thousand small arms continue to flow into Burundi. This was reported in a study jointly carried out by leading local human rights organizations, Ligue Iteka, and the Small Arms ... more

Barankitse Marguerite Summoned Only to Relate Her Feelings About the Killing of Agnès Bury - Wednesday, January 16, 2008
he founder and Head of Maison Shalom in Ruyigi, Mrs Marguerite Barankitse, also known as Maggy, was summoned to appear before the general prosecutor at the court of Appeal of Gitega in order to relate to him her feelings about the killing of Agnès Bury. After a hearing that lasted... more

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