What Now For Burundi?

One of the "key risks" named by analysts - refugee outflows - is becoming a reality, with more than 100 000 people fleeing the ongoing violence after a coup attempt failed. The bid came after days of protests in the streets of Bujumbura after President Nkurunziza declared he would run for a third term despite vocal opposition.

Photo: Iwacu

A chanting crowd protests in the streets of Bujumbura. The poster calls for an end to political killings in Burundi.

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