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a #Burundi sends condolences to Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe’s death Friday 6 September 2019

#Burundi sent its deepest condolences to the family of the late Zimbabwean President Robert (...) ...

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a Two Burundian MPs among 60 lawmakers in Tunis meeting against illicit financial flows Friday 6 September 2019

At least 60 MP from all corners of the African continent meets in a pan-African seminar in (...) ...

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a Burundi: Local activist rejects UN Panelists’ Reports on Burundi Friday 6 September 2019

After the release of the UN investigators’ report on Burundi, some local organizations or (...) ...

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a The UN inquiry Team on Burundi alerts over Human Rights Violation while government rejects content Thursday 5 September 2019

A UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Burundi released Tuesday a report indicating that (...) ...

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a Uganda Airline launches Mogadishu route, as it restarted to operate after a decade on ground Friday 30 August 2019

(AMISOM PRESS RELEASE) With improving peace and security as well as expanding business (...) ...

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a Burundi: Things Burundians do with Lake Tanganyika you need to know Monday 26 August 2019

Lake Tanganyika is located between Burundi, DR Congo, Tanzania and Zambia. It has been a (...) ...

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a ICRICT calls the G7 finance ministers to support move to more equitable international tax system Tuesday 16 July 2019

The focus is on the French government on the eve of this meeting of the group of the seven more (...) ...

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a France and UK pile pressure on global overhaul of international tax system Monday 15 July 2019

(ICRICT PRESS RELEASE) The French senate has approved plan to apply a 3 per cent charge on (...) ...

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a AMISOM Burundi troops celebrate their country’s Independence Day in Somalia Wednesday 3 July 2019

Burundi in Somalia celebrated Tuesday Burundi’s 57th independence anniversary in a large (...) ...

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a New UN Special Representative for Somalia lands in Mogadishu Tuesday 25 June 2019

The new UN Special Representative for Somalia James Swan arrived in Mogadishu today Tuesday to (...) ...

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a #Burundi army officers among decorated staff by AMISOM Wednesday 5 June 2019

The African Union Mission to Somalia, AMISOM honored on June 4th, 2019 military staff officers (...) ...

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a First women’s rugby league games held in #Burundi Monday 3 June 2019

History has been made in Burundi, with the first women’s games being held in Bujumbura. The (...) ...

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#Burundi sends condolences to Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe’s death
Two Burundian MPs among 60 lawmakers in Tunis meeting against illicit financial flows
Burundi: Local activist rejects UN Panelists’ Reports on Burundi
The UN inquiry Team on Burundi alerts over Human Rights Violation while government rejects content
Uganda Airline launches Mogadishu route, as it restarted to operate after a decade on ground
Burundi: Things Burundians do with Lake Tanganyika you need to know
ICRICT calls the G7 finance ministers to support move to more equitable international tax system
France and UK pile pressure on global overhaul of international tax system
AMISOM Burundi troops celebrate their country’s Independence Day in Somalia
New UN Special Representative for Somalia lands in Mogadishu
#Burundi army officers among decorated staff by AMISOM
First women’s rugby league games held in #Burundi

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Burundi’s Central Bank warns against cryptocurrencies
a The Bank of the Republic of Burundi (BRB) has warned against any transaction in virtual currencies on its soil, in a large crackdown against fraud because they unregulated according to a statement from the Central Bank. These currencies include Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Dogecion, Onecoin, BTC, Fahari Cash Coin and other similar products, which according to the Bank of Burundian Banks are neither regulated in Burundi nor in the whole world. Having had difficulties in fighting (...) ...

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Kenyan Woman Found Dead in Osborne Park, Australia
a A Kenyan-born woman was on Wednesday found dead in Osborne Park, Australia in a suspected homicide case. The lifeless body of 34-year-old Jelagat Cheruiyot was found by officers attending a top-floor unit block on Main Street. Her relatives and friends reported her disappearance at Morley police after being unable to contact her for close to a week. Neighbors who spoke to local media said (...) ...

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