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Rwanda And Country Unable to Agree On Border Sharing
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
urundi and Rwanda are still unable to agree on their common border. Commissions that were dispatched by the two countries to find common ground on the common border have failed to reach any agreement. Burundi's minister for Cooperation, Ms Antoinette Batumubwira, and her Rwandan counterpart, Mr. Charles Murigande, have agreed... more

Local Returnees to Get Substantial Assistance From the UNHCR And Unicef
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
urundian refugees will be granted substantial assistance when they regain their native country. The UNHCR and the UNICEF have received funds from the European Union estimated at 16 billion francs. This money will be used to give assistance to returnees starting in the year 2008. UNICEF will build schools for... more

5 Injured in Police, University Student Clashes
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 11, 2007
olice in Bujumbura on Saturday clashed with students of the University of Burundi, the only public university in an operation aimed at flushing out students from their campus houses of ... more

393 Persons Died Over the Last Ten Months
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 11, 2007
urundi as the rest of the world has celebrated the 59th anniversary of the Human Rights charter. This day was celebrated in Ngozi province where a yearlong festival was ... more

The Price of Oil to Hike Again
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 11, 2007
here seems to be no oil in petrol stations in the capital Bujumbura. Shortage of oil started yesterday. Today, few petrol stations could give more than 20 litres of oil. Some sources indicate however that there is no shortage of oil. Importers of oil products are rather trying to exert... more

Burundi Revenue Authority Opening Slated for Mid 2008
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
he director general of Burundi Customs department Mr. Ezéchiel Nibigira has said Burundi will be having a Revenue Authority by July ... more

Bank's Expansion Plan Gathers Momentum
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
he East African Development Bank's (EADB) planned entry into Rwanda and Burundi is gathering ... more

Norway Donates More Than 12 Million Dollars for Budgetary Support
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
-šThe two last years with an elected government is the longest period of a democratic mode in the history of the country. The budgetary support will play an important part in ensuring a continuous peaceful development in the country, and signals the will of Norway to contribute to this development... more

5 Injured in Country Police, University Student Clashes
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
olice in Bujumbura on Saturday clashed with students of the University of Burundi, the only public university in an operation aimed at flushing out students from their campus houses of ... more

The Education Minister Sends Home University Students
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
he education minister, Dr. Saidi Kibeya, has decided to send home all students of the University of Burundi. Four campuses are concerned with measure. Students will have to come back within a week for a new ... more


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Cosybu And CSB to Continue the Strike
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 10, 2007
wo confederations of trade unions which have been on strike for the last five days have decided to continue their strike despite the release of their members in Cankuzo and ... more

Rights Issue Puts DTB On Steady Expansion Plan
allAfrica.com - Sunday, December 09, 2007
lans by Diamond Trust Bank Kenya to expand its banking services to Rwanda, Zanzibar and Burundi are now firmly on course following the success of a right issue that was raising money for ... more

Balancing Refugee Camp Closure And Voluntary Repatriation
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 08, 2007
ens of thousands of Burundian refugees staying in Tanzania returned home this year; however, the Tanzanian government will miss its target to empty all camps by mid-2008, the United Nations said ... more

President Writes To Cameroonian Counterpart
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
rime Minister Ephraim Inoni yesterday, 5 December received Burundi's special envoy, Minister, Senior Adviser in charge of Economic Affairs at the Presidency of the Republic of Burundi, Herman ... more

Pressure Mounting on Rebel Group to Sign Peace Deal
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
ressure mounts on FNL-PALIPEHUTU leaders as the deadline for the end of the implementation of peace deals draws ... more

RIAM, Country Institute Sign Pact
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
he Rwanda Institute of Administration and Management (RIAM) and the National School of Administration of Burundi (ENA) have signed a cooperation agreement in institutional capacity ... more

Pressure Mounts on FNL-Palipehutu Leaders and CNDD-FDD Accused of Planning Their Execution
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
ressure mounts on FNL-PALIPEHUTU leaders as the deadline for the end of the implementation of peace deals draws ... more

COSYBU Disappointed By the Recent Increase in Salary for the Workers of the Court of Accounts
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
he confederation of trade unions of Burundi, COSYBU, is saddened by the recent increase in salary for the workers of the Court of Accounts whose pay has risen from 700,000 francs to 1350,000. This increase was decreed on 28 November ... more

A Mortar Shell Wounds Three Persons in Cibitoke Commune
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 07, 2007
mortar that was accidentally fired by a policeman into Cibitoke wounded three persons. The wounded include two policemen and a ... more

Thousands of Supporters of Hussein Radjabu Mobilised
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 06, 2007
housands of supporters of the former CNDD-FDD leader, Hussein Radjabu, were mobilised as he appeared in the Supreme Court today. More than 2,000 persons, mostly women, followed the hearing through loudspeakers 100 metres from the court. Anti-riot police were ... more

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