Burundi's vote to withdraw from war crimes court stirs concern in The Hague
Burundi's parliamentary vote last week to leave the International Criminal Court poses "a setback in the fight against impunity," the court's governing body said on Tuesday.
By Reuters | 5 years ago
Three killed in Burundi as toll from political violence rises
A ruling party official and two others were killed in a bar in southern Burundi, an official said on Tuesday, as the toll from 18 months of political violence grows.
Reuters | 5 years ago
African Union to send monitors to Burundi
The African Union will send 100 human rights monitors and 100 military monitors to Burundi, South Africa's president said on Saturday, after a trip to the tiny nation that is facing its worst crisis since a civil war ended a decade ago.
Reuters | 6 years ago
Wiper party heads to court to nullify Azimio pact
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By Edward Buri