Is Rwanda Interfering in Burundi?
[Deutsche Welle] Two top US diplomats have accused Rwanda of 'destabilizing activities' in neighboring Burundi. Earlier, a UN report charged that Rwanda was pursuing an 'ultimate goal' of ousting Burundian President Nkurunziza.
Govt to Begin Planning Relocation of Burundian Refugees to Third Countries
[Rwanda Govt] Kigali -Today the Government of Rwanda announced that it will immediately begin working with partners in the international community to plan the orderly and safe relocation of Burundian refugees to third countries.
Rwanda to Relocate Burundian Refugees
[New Times] The Government has announced that it will begin relocating Burundian refugees who fled the ongoing conflict in their country.
Burundian Refugees to Be Relocated
[News of Rwanda] The government of Rwanda has announced that it will immediately begin working with partners in the international community to plan the orderly and safe relocation of Burundian refugees to third countries.
Diplomat Defends Dialogue in Burundi Conflict
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission for the Great Lakes Region, Ibrahima Faal, defended on Thursday in Luanda the dialogue amongst the parties in Burundi, as a starting point for stability and peace in this member country of the ICGLR.
U.S. Intensifies Moves to End Burundi Crisis
[Leadership] The United States Government, on Friday, restated its commitment to supporting regional effort at resolving the lingering crisis in Burundi. The U.S. Department of State said in a statement that the crisis should be resolved through a full-time, regionally mediated dialogue.
Rwanda to Relocate Burundian Refugees
[Deutsche Welle] Tens of thousands of refugees who fled the violence in Burundi and sought sanctuary in neighboring Rwanda are to be sent elsewhere. The move by Kigali comes amid renewed accusations of Rwandan meddling in Burundi.
Is Rwanda Stoking Ethnic Fires in Burundi?
[Daily Maverick] According to both the United Nations and the United States, Rwanda is arming and training Burundian rebels. The goal is to bring down President Nkurunziza, but why? What's in it for Rwanda? SIMON ALLISON explores the complex relationship between two neighbours who really don't get along.
Rwanda to Begin Planning Relocation â€Žof Burundian Refugees to Third Countries
[Focus] The government has announced that it will immediately begin working with partners in the international community to plan the orderly and safe relocation of Burundian refugees to third countries.
U.S. Warns of Chaos If Kabila Declines to Surrender Power
[East African] New York -Senior US officials have warned that the Democratic Republic of Congo could be hit by violence worse than Burundi's if President Joseph Kabila does not surrender power later this year.
Rwanda Calls for "Maturity" Over Burundi Crisis
[East African] Rwanda's foreign affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo has once again denounced accusations that her government recruited and trained Burundian refugees to fight and oust Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Burundi Citizens Seek Asylum in Kenya
[Nation] Two Burundi nationals are seeking asylum at the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, saying they fear for their lives after allegedly being sought by a youth wing associated with President Pierre Nkurunziza.
EALA Members Oppose Calls for Sanctions On Burundi
[Citizen] Arusha -A member of the East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) from Burundi has castigated those calling for economic sanctions against the country.
We Can't Kick Out Helpless Burundians - Mushikiwabo
[New Times] The Government will continue to house and protect Burundian refugees who have fled political instability in their homeland and will not be swayed by unfounded accusations from international actors with vested interests, Foreign Affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo has said.
Rwanda Calls for 'Maturity' in Dealing With Burundi Crisis
[East African] Rwanda's Foreign Affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo, has once again denounced accusations that her government recruited and trained Burundian refugees to fight and oust President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Burundi Accused of Hunting Refugees in Tanzania Camps
[Al Jazeera] Refugees from Burundi, who fled violence in their country to neighbouring Tanzania, have accused their government of sending armed men into a UN-run refugee camp to hunt down opposition supporters.
ICGLR Military Chiefs Focus On Security
[ANGOP] Luanda -The security and humanitarian situation in Central Africa Republic, South Sudan and Burundi is dominating the second day of the meeting of the chiefs of State of the ICGLR member countries taking place in Luanda since Monday.
ICGLR Secretary Considers Burundi Situation Worrying
[ANGOP] Luanda -The outgoing ICGLR executive secretary, Ntumba Luaba, considered worrying the political and military situation in Burundi and reaffirmed the combination of efforts to avoid a civil war in that country.
10.4 Miilion Citizens of Burundi Abandoned By Africa
[Foroyaa] Genocide Is Looming in Burundi While African Leaders Twiddle Their Thumb
Rwanda National Police Hands Over Recovered Car to British Authorities
[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) yesterday handed over to their British counterparts, a stolen Range Rover Sport vehicle that was recovered in Rwanda last year.