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The Construction of the President's Offices to Start Soon
allAfrica.com - Thursday, August 30, 2007
commission to assign a value to the piece of land where buildings housing the major institutions of the Republic will be constructed has started its work ... more

Nkurunziza Denies the Preparation of a Coup
allAfrica.com - Thursday, August 30, 2007
he President of the Republic of Burundi categorically denies any fabrication of a coup aimed at silencing the opposition ... more

Communique Of The 6th Extraordinary Summit OF EAC Heads of State Held at the Nguroto Mountain Lodge , Arusha, Tanzania on 20th August 2007
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Theme: Moving Towards a Common Market for ... more

Uprona Office Under Police Control
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 29, 2007
he main office of the Uprona party in the city of Bujumbura is still protected by the police after troubles that arose yesterday following the dismissal of the First Vice-President, Dr Martin Nduwimana from this ... more

Report Urges Govt to Make Peace With Rebels
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 29, 2007
new report warns that unless Burundi's government negotiates a genuine peace agreement with the last active rebel group in the country, its nascent democracy could yet ... more

Sudden Rise in the Price of Beans
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 29, 2007
he price of beans has suddenly risen today in all markets throughout Bujumbura. A kilogramme of beans of the yellow variety previously cost 650 francs, but the price has now increased to 950 ... more

New Report Urges Govt to Make Peace With Rebels
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
new report warns that unless Burundi's government negotiates a genuine peace agreement with the last active rebel group in the country, its nascent democracy could yet ... more

Parallel Jurisdictions Still Operational in Bujumbura Rural
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
arallel jurisdictions are still operational in Bujumbura Rural province, a stronghold of FNL, despite the ceasefire. Cases that cannot be solved amicably between the two opposing parties are referred to FNL leaders. If the FNL leaders find themselves unable to find a suitable solution, these cases are then referred to... more

Country Hit By Fuel Shortage
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
FUEL shortage in Burundi has led to rationing of fuel and doubling of prices. The shortage follows an order by the Burundi general prosecutor, Elysée Ndaye, for the impounding of trucks and fuel tankers belonging to Interpetrol Company and freezing of all the company's bank accounts in Burundi. The... more

Govt Should Make Peace With Last Rebels
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
nless Burundi's government negotiates a genuine peace agreement with the PALIPEHUTU-FNL, the last active rebel group in the country, its nascent democracy could yet ... more


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Militia Concerns High as Army Chiefs Meet
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
ilitary chiefs from four regional countries are meeting in Kigali as part of their continued search for a consensus on what measure should be deployed to rout negative forces in the ... more

Guerrillas, Political Opposition to Merge
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
s Tripartite Plus army chiefs map out strategies to do away with Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) guerrillas in D R Congo, political opposition parties in Europe have announced a plan to cooperate with the rebels, RNA ... more

Regional Police Heads Meet in Burundi
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
elegates from 11 eastern African countries including Uganda are in Burundi for the 14th East African Police Chiefs' Council (EAPCCO) meeting beginning today. The two-day meeting precedes the EAPCCO annual meeting which will be held at Bujumbura Hotel tomorrow. It will bring together ministers in-charge of the ... more

Age-Cheating Rocks U-17 Event
allAfrica.com - Monday, August 27, 2007
he inaugural CECAFA under-17 youth soccer tournament staged in Burundi last week did not escape the shame of ... more

Climate of Insecurity Aggravated By Government's Support to FNL Rebels
allAfrica.com - Monday, August 27, 2007
wo persons were shot dead in Kinama on 26 August 2007. This incident was committed in Ngozi quarter when a pub called "Miami Beach" was targeted by unidentified armed ... more

Violence Escalates in Kibira Vicinities
allAfrica.com - Friday, August 24, 2007
iolence is gaining momentum in areas bordering with the Kibira forest. In Musigati, inhabitants of places that border with the forest started to flee a week ago to nearby military positions. This instability follows acts of robbery that are reportedly committed by combatants of FNL-PALIPEHUTU who plunder ... more

Former VP Expelled from His Political Party
allAfrica.com - Friday, August 24, 2007
he First Vice-President of the Republic of Burundi, Dr Martin Nduwimana, was dismissed from his political party, Uprona. This is announced in a communiqué that was issued on this 24 August 2007. This dismissal was decided by the executive board of the party that met on this 23 August 2007... more

Police Search Opposition Spokesman's Home
allAfrica.com - Friday, August 24, 2007
he police failed to apprehend Pancrace CIMPAYE, the spokesman of Frodebu, the main opposition political party. The search carried out by the judicial police on 22 August in the home of the spokesman yielded no ... more

Rebel Group Requests Security Before Rejoining Talks
allAfrica.com - Friday, August 24, 2007
NL-PALIPEHUTU requests guaranties of the safety of its delegation before resuming talks with the government of Bujumbura. This issue was raised in a meeting between FNL-PALIPEHUTU leaders and Tanzanian authorities that was held on 22 August in Dar es Salaam. Both parties agreed that talks will resume very ... more

Opposition Satisfied to Resume Talks
allAfrica.com - Friday, August 24, 2007
he leader of Frodebu, MP Léonce Ngendakumana, is satisfied with the resumption of political talks. The leader of Frodebu, along with his assistant, Mr Frédéric Banvuginyumvira, met the Head of State on 22 August 2007 in Ngozi. MP Ngendakumana indicates that the Head of State promised that talks will continue... more

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