Burundi vice-president Gaston Sindimwo says the country is committed to fighting brain drain.
Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) killed at least 36 Burundi refugees during protests over plans to send them back to Burundi.
One of Burundi’s leading rebel groups has promised to step up attacks against the country’s government.
Burundi’s rapid decline into political crisis in 2015 is one of the region’s darkest stories since the turn of the century. Experts warn the country could plunge into an ethnic conflict similar to the horrors of neighbouring Rwanda in 1994,
Burundi President Pierre Nkuruniza is calling on people who fled the country during political unrest since 2015 to return home.
One person was killed and nine people injured in a grenade attack in the Burundian capital of Bujumbura on Wednesday.
European Union (EU) Ambassador Kristian Schmidt has denied claims from Burundi that the EU is attempting to destabilise the country’s political environment.
The United Nations Refugee Agency, UNHCR, moved to remind the international community about the political crisis taking place in Burundi, after raising just two percent of the international aid it is calling for.
Burundi’s First Vice President Gaston Sindimwo has described the country’s fuel crisis as a “national concern”.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says there is “no media freedom” in Burundi after the country dropped four places in its latest press freedom ranking.
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