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GIEWS Country Brief: Burundi 11-June-2018
Average 2018B crop production despite significant pulse losses due to excess moistureWidespread floods in April resulting in displacement of about 9 600 individualsAbove-average 2018A season output due to favourable weather conditionsPrices of maize declining in recent months to low levels, prices o
Burundi president surprises with vow to step down in 2020 - Breitbart
Gitega (Burundi) (AFP) – In a surprise move, Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza said Thursday he would step down in 2020, despite widespread belief that he backed a new constitution extending term limits in a bid to cling to power.
Burundi's president says will not seek re-election, easing unrest fears
BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Burundi's long-serving President Pierre Nkurunziza promised on Thursday to step down when his term ends in 2020, easing fears of fresh violence in the impoverished country. Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza signs the new constitution at the presidential palace in Gitega Pr
Burundi's president says he won't run for another term
FILE - In this Thursday, May 17, 2018 file photo, Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza speaks to the media after casting his vote in the constitutional referendum in Buye, north of Ngozi, in northern Burundi. Nkurunziza announced Thursday, June 7, 2018 that he will not run for another term, even as
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza Pledges to Step Down in 2020
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza said he will step down after elections in 2020, in a statement that may help ease the East African nation’s political crisis.Burundi has been gripped by unrest since 2015 when the president sought re-election after two terms in office, a move his opponents said
Burundi’s president will not contest presidency in 2020 - report
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza in Ngozi province, northern Burundi, May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Evrard Ngendakumana
Gaël Faye’s best-selling ‘Small Country’ grapples with history and identity
Gaël Faye, rapper and author, readily admits his debut novel is based on his childhood — loosely anyway. Faye grew up in Burundi at a time of turmoil that inspired his book, "Small Country." The book was published to wide acclaim in France two years ago. It was translated into 35 languages and has j
SA Must Help Resolve Burundi’s Crisis
The resolution ofBurundi’s protracted civil war was a milestone in African politics, highlighting regional leaders’ ability and determination to organise a peace settlement based on human rights. Yet the gains made nearly two decades ago, involving strong South African leadership, have all but vanis
Burundi 2018 Coffee Crop Seen as High as 17,000 Tons, Body Says
The Burundi Coffee Farmers’ Confederation expects the country’s harvest to come in at 15,000 to 17,000 metric tons this year following good rainfall and increased fertilizer use.Farmers will receive between 500 francs ($0.28) and 600 francs for every kilogram of cherry delivered to washing stations,
Burundi Constitutional Court confirms “Yes” vote victory
Commenting on the opposition coalition known as Amozero y’Abarundi(Hope of Burundians), the President of the Constitutional Court,Charles Ndagijimana, said that the file from the opposition groupwhich was campaigning against the Constitutional change was not solid enoughto change the results.
Burundi constitutional court validates referendum result
The reforms, which passed with 73 percent voting in favour, extend presidential terms from five to seven years, which could allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to stay in power until 2034.
Burundi court validates vote to extend president's tenure
The changes include extending the president's term from five years to seven. That could give President Pierre Nkurunziza, in power since 2005, another 14 years when his current term expires in 2020.
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the killing of a UN peacekeeper in the Central African Republic
The Secretary-General strongly condemns the attack on 10 June by armed elements on a United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) patrol in Bambari, in the centre of the country. The attack resulted in the killing of a peacekeeper from Bu
Shelter/NFI Site Report: Flood Emergency in Burundi, May 2018
On 27 April, IOM, the UN Migration Agency’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team raised an alarm about flash floods in Bujumbura Rural region of Gatumba following heavy rainfall in the area. Gatumba region is prone to flooding mainly due to overflows from River Rusizi.Data obtained by the DTM in
Burundi angered by French gift of donkeys to village - Breitbart
The donkeys, bought in Tanzania, were given to residents of a village in Gitega province, as part of a project by a local NGO to help women and children transport agricultural products, water or wood.
France 'Insults' African Nation By Sending Them Donkeys As a Gift
The old adage that one must not look a gift horse in the mouth apparently does not apply to donkeys in Burundi, as the African nation reacted with outrage at France's donation of ten such animals to a local non-governmental organization. The donkeys, which are not indigenous to Burundi, were brought
A French-Rwandan Rap Star Turned Novelist From Burundi
“Small Country,” by Gaël Faye, is about a boy, living in Burundi during the war between the Hutus and Tutsis, who loses his innocence in spite of desperately wanting to cling onto it.
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Class of 2018: Topsham grad excels after turbulent journey from Africa
TOPSHAM — In 2014, 16-year-old Jessie Mujambere and his older brother arrived in Washington, D.C., unable to speak English – and the uncle they expected to greet them was nowhere to be found.
Congo's Looting and Killing Machine Moves Into High Gear
KYANGWALI REFUGEE CAMP, Uganda-"What I left behind is so precious, so much more important than what I am left with here," said the 37-year-old Congolese refugee we'll call Edward. "When I arrived in the refugee camp, I fell to the ground in grief, traumatized by all that I had lost." Edward was a b