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· November, 2005

Stories about Burundi from November, 2005

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

The people of Zimbabwe gave the ruling ZANU-PF and indeed all forms of purposeless politics their boldest affront to date as very few Zimbabweans turned up to vote during the...

Burundi: UN neutrality compromised?

Agathon Rwasa reports that there has been a serious compromise of UN neutrality in Burundi….“On the night of November 6th/7th 2005, Aloys Nzabampema, a senior FNL commander and suspected war...

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe took center stage a couple of times at WSIS in Tunis last week. First up was Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president calling for an end to the use of...

Burundi: abuses by army

Agathon Rwasa reports on more abuses by the army of Burundi including the use of child soldiers some as young as nine. ……”FNL combatants also reportedly burned homes in four...

Voices From Zimbabwe Plus

Zimbabwe:This is Zimbabwe in Surviving Zimbabwean Democracy presents a summary of the major arguments for and against the MDC's participation in the senate elections which a are now under two...

Burundi: Agathon Rwasa

Agathon Rwasa reports that outgoing Tanzania president, Benjamin Mkapa, will ask the next government to ensure that Burundian rebel leader Agathon Rwasa of the PALIPEHUTU-FNL does not operate from Tanzania.

Voices From Zimbabwe Plus

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