Burundian


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Synonyms for Burundian

a native or inhabitant of Burundi

of or relating to or characteristic of Burundi or its people

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Now, the future of the Burundian economy will depends very much on external funding.
Dozens have been killed since then, including Burundian (http://www.
More than 145,000 Burundians have fled to neighbouring countries,
Following the win Njogu will confront Kabura in the finals where the Burundian will be aiming to make amends to his first leg finals defeat to India's Rithvik Bollipalli.
Kitengela township is full of Congolese and Burundians, he says and adds: "Much as we welcome our neighbours, I see this becoming a serious security threat in the near future.
Thus, there has been a Burundian refugee population since April 2015, as well as some 37,000 Burundian refugees who had sought asylum in the region prior to April 2015, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)'s data.
Tanzania, as well as some 30,000 Burundian refugees and 150 Somali refugees in settlements and
A UN spokeswoman confirmed that at least 18 Burundian asylum seekers had been killed but said the toll was likely to rise.
by Muntasir Shaaban Al Farsy Bora Bora restaurant's Burundian chefs specialise in Zanzibari and East African cuisine.
The ruling party has banned the most prominent Burundian human rights organizations.
The ICC had indicated that it would investigate, and possibly indict, government officials after Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza threw his country into turmoil by pursuing a third term, in violation of the constitution.
A Burundian delegation headed by Justice Minister Aimee Laurentine Kanyana had participated on the first day of the review, but it was upset by a report filed by non-governmental groups and, in an unprecedented move, refused to return on the second day.
During the session, Egypt stressed that the Burundian stance towards such an intervention should definitely be considered in order to ensure its cooperation.
More than 500 people have died, many of them in extrajudicial killings blamed on Burundian police, security forces and militias linked to the ruling party, according to the United Nations.
When the central market in the Burundian capital, Bujumbura, burned down in 2013, a disabled man called Majambere, whose name translates as "progress" in Kirundi, the national language, lost everything.