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Police and Defence Forces Clash With FNL Combatants in Muramvya Province
allAfrica.com - Friday, November 30, 2007
he national army and police clashed with FNL combatants in Commune and province Muramvya today ... more

Civil Societies Demand the Mediator Nqakula and His Team to Resign
allAfrica.com - Friday, November 30, 2007
he Confederation of Civil societies, FORSC, has demanded that Nqakula and his team to step down after they failed in their mission of reaching peaceful solution to the conflict between the government of Burundi and the last active armed movement, ... more

Handball - Uganda Hit Burundi in Zone 5 Tie
allAfrica.com - Friday, November 30, 2007
he Uganda handball team was forced to employ all their tricks before seeing off a determined Burundi 29-28 in the ongoing Africa Zone Five under-25 men's tournament at Kasarani on ... more

The Education And Defence Ministers Refuse the Invitation of MP's
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
he defence minister, Lt General Germain Niyonyankana, and the minister of education and scientific research, Dr. Saidi Kibeya, did not attend a session in the national assembly to which they were ... more

The Population of Cibitoke Commune is Fed Up With the Inertia of the Police
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
he inhabitants of Cibitoke demonstrated today before the administrative headquarters of their commune. They are dissatisfied with the conduct of the police operating in this commune. They claim that the police are involved in the growing number of petty crimes committed in this commune. This police are allegedly accused of... more

The Governor of Makamba Arrests Representatives of Teachers' Trade Unions
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
he governor of Makamba province arrested representatives of the two teachers' trade unions. These trade unions are the National Council of Secondary schools' teachers -CONAPES- and the trade union of the Education workers in Burundi- ... more

Pushing for Progress in the Great Lakes Region
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
ontinued strife in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has dealt a blow to those hoping for peace in Central Africa. However, Liberata Mulamula, executive director of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), remains optimistic about the future of this part of the ... more

Burundi Army Advance Team in Mogadishu
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
team of the Burundi armed forces has been to Somalia to assess the situation on the ground ahead of the army's deployment under the African Union peace-keeping ... more

Security Council Applauds Peace Efforts
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 29, 2007
he United Nations Security Council today welcomed efforts to bring lasting peace to Burundi, calling for a consolidation of progress in the country, which is rebuilding after being torn apart by 13 years of armed ... more

Burundi Troops in December
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 28, 2007
URUNDI peace keepers are deploying in Somalia in two weeks time to bolster the pacification efforts by the Ugandan contingent, the UPDF Chief of Training and Operations, Brig. Silver Kayemba has ... more


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Burundi Seeks to Join Commonwealth
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 28, 2007
URUNDI has expressed interest in becoming a member of the ... more

Armed Groups Kill Three in Kamenge
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 28, 2007
hree persons were killed by a gang of robbers last night in the commune of Kamenge located in the north of the capital city of Bujumbura. The incident took place in Mirango quarter. One ex-army officer was held by the inhabitants of Kamenge and would have been killed on the... more

Dissidence in Gitega Province
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 28, 2007
he second military region has succeeded in sending back a number of so-called dissidents who were stationed in the bush of Gihamagara since ... more

Differences On the Composition of a Special Tribunal
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 27, 2007
hree weeks after the launch of the Steering Committee on transitional Justice in Burundi, opinions diverge on the composition of the Special Tribunal charged with trying crimes of genocide committed in the country since ... more

Tennis - National Junior Team Leaves for Burundi
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 26, 2007
he national junior tennis team leaves for Burundi on Saturday at 1pm to take part in the first leg of the International Tennis Federation East Africa circuit which starts in Bujumbura on ... more

Agent of the Judicial Order to Resume Work
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 22, 2007
he new justice minister, Mr Jean Bosco Ndikumana, has agreed with the agents of the judicial order who have been on strike for more than five weeks. These agents will return at work ... more

The Law Governing Public Contracts Disapproved
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 22, 2007
he draft law ruling public contracts did not pass in the national assembly. After more than hours of discussions and questions, the Finance minister, Ms Clotilde Nizigama, did not ... more

A Standoff Between Police and Vendors Ends in a Bloody Stampede
allAfrica.com - Thursday, November 22, 2007
hree persons were wounded in a stampede as the police were trying to stop vendors who were heading to the office of the President of the Republic. The wounded persons include a policeman, a woman and ... more

A Distributor of Fake Banknotes Arrested
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 21, 2007
he police arrested the distributor of fake banknotes and forged documents and seals. The police seized a hundred and forty two banknotes each worth $100. The distributor is a Tanzanian called Hamisi. He lived in the slum of Buyenzi. These banknotes are forged in Nigeria and Kenya. Fake seals of... more

The Remainder of the Cabinet Takes Oath
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, November 21, 2007
inisters and vice ministers who did not take their oaths on 16 November did so yesterday. On 16 November, only 14 ministers and 5 vice-ministers took their oaths in front of the Parliament and the Head of ... more

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