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The Association of International Transport Operators in Burundi (ATIB) encourages Burundi economic operators to use the central corridor connecting Dar-es-Salaam and Kigoma by rail and Kigoma to Bujumbura by waterway through Lake Tanganyika.

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Léonce Ngendakumana, Deputy Chairman of Sahwanya FRODEBU party has said the Commission of Inquiry on Burundi has been established due to different human rights violations committed in Burundi in 2015 which are still observed today.

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At a workshop on access to inclusive education for people living with disabilities, these latter say they are faced with social and school discrimination along with lack of materials and infrastructures in Burundi.

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The UN Commission of Inquiry on Burundi has presented its briefing report in the 42nd session of the UN Human Rights Council.

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“The minimum capital to establish a foreign exchange bureau has been raised to strengthen the equity,” said Jean Ciza, Governor of Burundi Central Bank (BRB) yesterday at a press briefing.

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Despite having been banned by the Ministry of Trade, some kinds of salt namely “Chumvi Mawe” and “Chumvi safi” are still sold by some traders at Bujumbura City Market and Cotebu market located in the north of Bujumbura.

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Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairman for the African Union Commission strongly condemned the attack perpetrated against the Burundian contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) in Hirshabelle region on 14 September 2019.

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“I no longer feel pain on my buttocks,” says Nabot, a pupil of Grade 4, at Gasenyi II Basic School, in the north of the economic capital Bujumbura, after his class received some school desks.

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While opening the national conference on health this September 16th, the Burundian Second Vice President has said Burundi is faced with some challenges in health sector despite the step that it has so far made.

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Jean De Dieu Mutabazi, RADEBU party chairman has said five different political parties intend to work together in the upcoming electoral process.

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Since 9 September, Burundian refugees in Nyarugusu camp in Tanzania have been deprived of markets. The situation was exacerbated by the agreement signed between Tanzania and Burundi to launch a huge campaign of mass return of refugees from October 1st.

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At least 100 houses were destroyed due to torrential rain that hit Mugina commune of Cibitoke province in northwestern Burundi in the afternoon of September 12.

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On the occasion of the World First Aid Day celebrated yearly on September 14th, the Red Cross Burundi has said there is a need to improve first aid services in the country.

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Charles Nditije, one of the founders of the Coalition of Burundian Opposition Forces for the Restoration of the Arusha Peace and Reconciliation Agreement-CFOR-Arusha has said the coalition is against the 2020 elections.

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At Gasenyi II Basic School located in Gihosha zone of Ntahangwa commune in the north of Bujumbura, pupils in many classes sit on the floor while studying.

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Aloys Baricako, Chairman of RANAC says his party is determined to participate in the 2020 elections under any circumstances. “The texts governing our party are clear.

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At a press conference held this Wednesday, September 11, the US Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa has said the repatriation of Burundian refugees judged to be “forced” by some people, must follow a voluntary process.

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Thaddée Ndikumana, Minister of Public Health says the number of people suffering from cholera continues to increase since it was declared last July.

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This September 11th, the spokesman for the Ministry of Education, Technical and Vocational Training has said the basic school young learners may experience linguistic interference as they learn four languages at the same time.

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The Kenyan capital hosted from 9 to 10 September the 6th Regional Sensitization Workshop for Business Reporters on Competition Law and Trade Development within the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA).

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At a press conference held this September 10th, the Minister of Trade, Industry and Tourism has denounced a considerable increase in price of cement made by Burundi Cement Company-BUCECO since the past few days.

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Out of seven projects submitted by the Burundian government to the World Bank, only one project related to trade facilitation in the Great Lakes Region will be supported.

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More than 780 families from Kigeri locality of Ntahangwa commune in the north Bujumbura city have held a sit-in before the office of the Burundian Ombudsman this September 9th.

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According to the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Burundi, eight risk factors common to criminal atrocities and deterioration of the human rights situation exist in Burundi, a few months before the 2020 elections.

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Politicians in exile have submitted a correspondence to the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres requesting his intervention in the protection of Burundian refugees sheltered in Tanzanian refugee camps.

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At least 130 certificates have been issued to young and adult people who were trained on computer literacy, entrepreneurship and English by American Corner of Gitega this September 6th.

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At least 300 families will be sent back to their localities of origin from Bujumbura city. “For the first round, we have sent back 100 families and others will follow,” said Félix Ngendabanyikwa, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Human Rights, Gender and Social Affairs.

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Leaders of the opposition parties in Rumonge southern province say they are worried about the arrests of their members while political tension has eased after the meeting held by the governor.

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While responding to MPs’ questions this September 5th, the Burundian Minister in charge of the EAC Affairs has said many challenges hinder the full integration of the community.

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While responding to parliamentarians’ questions this Wednesday, the Minister of Justice has said the ministry is committed to punishing seriously corrupt judges.

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