Burundi - rebels

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un.org Children bearing brunt of ongoing political instability and violence in Burundi, UN warns 07/03
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vanguardngr.com UN declares Burundi elections not free or credible 07/03
allafrica.com Burundi: Burundi Awaits Vote Results Amid Fatal Violence 07/02
turkishweekly.net Burundi: Six dead in ongoing clashes in capital 07/02
dw.com UN monitors slam Burundi election 07/02
foxnews.com UN observers say Burundi's parliamentary elections on Monday were not free and credible 07/02
af.reuters.com Six killed in clashes in Burundi capital ahead of poll results 07/02
reuters.com U.N. says Burundi did not hold fair election, human rights violated 07/02
modernghana.com UN observers say Burundi elections not free or credible 07/02
france24.com Burundi elections weren’t free or credible, says UN 07/02
reuters.com U.N. says Burundi election was not free, fair or credible 07/02
theeastafrican.co.ke Dilemma as Burundi poll agency disregards opposition boycott 07/02
modernghana.com UN declares Burundi elections not free or credible 07/02
voanews.com Burundi's President Campaigns for Controversial Third Term 07/02
modernghana.com Burundi awaits vote results after deadly clashes 07/02
scoop.co.nz FAI Confirms Borschberg’s Solo Flight Is the Longest Ever 07/02
pambazuka.net Challenging the ‘refugee-victim’ narrative 07/02
gmanetwork.com African leaders must respect constitutions or face turmoil  - Hollande 07/02
theeastafrican.co.ke Violence rocks capital as Burundi commemorates Independence Day 07/01
english.pravda.ru 144,000 Burundians flee ahead of elections 07/01
modernghana.com Six killed in Burundi gun battle 07/01
monitor.co.ug 10,000 Burundians fled country over weekend before vote 07/01
allafrica.com Burundi: President Claims Early Victory in Elections 07/01
voanews.com Grenade Blasts, Gunshots Heard in Burundi Capital Ahead of Poll Results 07/01
timeslive.co.za Six killed in gun battles as Burundi awaits vote results 07/01
modernghana.com Six killed in battles as Burundi awaits vote results 07/01
aljazeera.com Burundi awaits vote results amid fatal violence 07/01
allafrica.com Burundi: Protesters Face Increasing Danger As Parliamentary Polls Held 07/01
foxnews.com Police: 6 die in clashes between police and protesters in violence-hit capital of Burundi 07/01
dw.com Six killed as Burundi awaits parliamentary poll results 07/01
realclearworld.com Time for U.S. to Back African Democracy 07/01
reuters.com Six killed in clashes in Burundi capital ahead of poll results 07/01
telegraph.co.uk Six killed in gun battles as Burundi awaits controversial vote results 07/01
af.reuters.com UPDATE 1-Six killed in clashes in Burundi capital ahead of poll results 07/01
scoop.co.nz ITF comment on election of new IMO secretary-general 07/01
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modernghana.com Votes counted in Burundi polls as ruling party eyes win 06/30
modernghana.com 10,000 Burundians fled country over weekend before vote: UN 06/30
mg.co.za EU, US halt funds to Burundi in protest over vote 06/30
allafrica.com Kagame Warns Nyamasheke Residents Over False Ideology 06/30
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voanews.com Burundians Continue to Flee Country 06/30
voanews.com Thousands More Flee Burundi Because of Political Violence 06/30
globalsecurity.org 10,000 Burundians fled in 2 days ahead of elections: UN 06/30
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allafrica.com Burundi: Thousands of Refugees Continue to Flee Burundi 06/30
globalsecurity.org Burundians Continue to Flee Country 06/30
modernghana.com Votes counted in controversial Burundi polls as ruling party eyes win 06/30
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From the CIA World Factbook:

Burundi's first democratically elected president was assassinated in October 1993 after only 100 days in office, triggering widespread ethnic violence between Hutu and Tutsi factions. More than 200,000 Burundians perished during the conflict that spanned almost a dozen years. Hundreds of thousands of Burundians were internally displaced or became refugees in neighboring countries. An internationally brokered power-sharing agreement between the Tutsi-dominated government and the Hutu rebels in 2003 paved the way for a transition process that led to an integrated defense force, established a new constitution in 2005, and elected a majority Hutu government in 2005. The new government, led by President Pierre Nkurunziza, signed a South African brokered ceasefire with the country's last rebel group in September of 2006 but still faces many challenges.