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Synonyms for Burundi

a landlocked republic in east central Africa on the northeastern shore of Lake Tanganyika

of or relating to or characteristic of Burundi or its people

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Kenya, Sudan and Uganda sided with Rwanda, while Tanzania supported Burundi.
There were only two Tanzanian legislators in the chamber, Dr Ngwaru Maghembe and Dr Abdullah Makame, and one from Burundi, when the decision was reached despite their opposition.
He acknowledged bilateral ties between the two countries and praised Burundi government's efforts to reach a common ground in terms of the water-sharing agreement with the Nile Basin countries.
IOM, the UN Migration Agencys team in Tanzania carried out two cross-border assessment missions to Burundi on 27-29 August and 5-6 September respectively.
That is, the ways in which he places Burundi and its numerous composite parts within both micro and regional contexts.
Bindaba, however, expressed dismay that the students would choose to leave Burundi.
DMCC's focus on Africa is a long-term commitment to countries like Burundi who we need to engage more actively because of our strong conviction that the world needs to do better for the continent.
He stressed that for the last 20 years, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Burundi had been providing independent monitoring and valuable assistance to strengthen national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights in the country.
The Burundi official extended the written message of his president to Rouhani and hailed Iran's support for people of Burundi.
The draft resolution calls on the government in Burundi and all parties to "cease and reject any kind of violence.
At least 439 people were killed in Burundi since April 2015, as a result of the government's crackdown on the opposition and its supporters, according to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, said members of the African Union Peace and Security Council expected leaders to endorse its proposed deployment of 5,000 troops to protect civilians, despite a rejection of the force by Burundi.
All of these issues are present in Burundi now and need to be addressed so that Burundi's hunger can end once and for all.
The report provides insights into the governance, risk and compliance framework pertaining to the insurance industry in Burundi, including:
Burundi troops, with the help of military aid, are the second largest contingent for the African Union Mission in Somalia.