Burundi Mediators Must Learn From the Past - Analysts
The root causes of the country's conflict are political, not ethnic, and cannot be resolved by force, The International Crisis Group says.
East Africa: Burundi Crisis - Mkapa's Choices
New Times, 11 July 2016
The peace talks on the Burundi crisis will resume tomorrow (Tuesday) in the Tanzanian city of Arusha after some stalling. The negotiations, under the auspices of the East African… Read more »
ICG, 7 July 2016
When Burundians, and international mediators, finally meet in Arusha, they must remember the lessons of the last hard-won peace process more than a decade ago. The root causes of… Read more »
Burundian refugees perform during the World Refugee Day in Kigali.
HRW, 7 July 2016
Burundian intelligence services have tortured and ill-treated scores of suspected government opponents at their headquarters and in secret locations, Human Rights Watch said today.… Read more »
HRW, 29 June 2016
Widespread lawlessness in Burundi's capital, Bujumbura, has spread across the country. In recent months there have been increasing reports of brutality by Burundian intelligence… Read more »
East African, 18 June 2016
Burundi has threatened to reconsider its membership to the Rome Statute after the International Criminal Court launched preliminary investigations into post-election killings in… Read more »
Namibian, 27 June 2016
The 15 members of the African Union Peace and Security Council has called for quick and inclusive talks to solve Burundi's year-long crisis, after a four-day visit to the country. Read more »