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Hope rises from rubble of Burundi conflict

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An estimated 300,000 people were killed over 12 years

Hope rises from rubble of Burundi conflict

By Edwin Ndukwe | 2 years ago

Burundi says plans to quit the International Criminal Court

Burundi says plans to quit the International Criminal Court

Burundi plans to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, a deputy to President Pierre Nkurunziza said on Thursday, six months after the court's prosecutor said it will investigate violence which killed hundreds of people.

Reuters | 5 years ago

Withdrawing from Rome Statute will entrench impunity in Africa

The biggest highlight from the recently concluded African Union (AU) Summit was certainly the decision to back the Kenya-fronted agenda to facilitate mass withdrawal from the Rome Statute that spawned the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Adhere Cavince | 5 years ago

U.S. urges African leaders to sway Burundi on peacekeepers

The United States on Saturday urged African leaders to "work behind the scenes" before their annual summit next weekend to convince Burundi to accept a deployment of international troops in the tiny African state amid festering political violence.

Reuters | 5 years ago

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