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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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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.
On August 18, Egypt delivered the second batch of medical aid to the Burundian side through the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development (EAPD).
Burundians must know that we cannot develop our own country while we still see living in western countries as our salvation.
Burundians wanting to defend themselves turned to judo or boxing, and, in 2007, one year after the war ended, 35-year-old Thadee Tuyininahaze opened the country's first karate club.
SOUNDBITE (Kirundi) Manase Gahungu, Burundian refugee:
We are calling on all Burundians who believe in the rule of law to join us," said Nshimirimana.
At the local level, 72% of Burundians say economic conditions are getting worse, and 10% say it is a good time to find a job in the city or area where they live.
More than 5,000 Burundians fled to Rwanda over the weekend following mounting tensions in the central African country, bringing the total number of arrivals in April to nearly 21,000, the UN said Tuesday.
Thousands of Burundians have fled the country in recent weeks to neighbouring Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo, according to the UN's refugee agency, which has also warned that the numbers of refugees could swell "with more political tension rising and more acts of violence being reported.
It should also be noted that, unlike certain African countries where French is a bridge between many communities speaking different languages, in Burundi there is a certain communion around Kirundi, the unique mother tongue spoken and understood by all Burundians.
I try to bring more Burundians here to the farm, and many of them they can't speak English.
The preparation and logistical planning by the Burundians has accelerated the pace with which we can conduct this deployment.
Monday, Al-Shabaab published a statement claiming to have killed 150 Burundians and calling on them to leave the country.
In 1972, an aborted Hutu rebellion triggered the flight of hundreds of thousands of Burundians.