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Burundi: More Than 1,000 Dead, 800 Missing, Nobody Knows What to Do

The number of people killed in Burundi’s crisis is more than 1000, according to a human rights activist who told the United Nations, early this week. The government still insists that it is doing everything to unify Burundians.

Burundi: More Than 1,000 Dead, 800 Missing, Nobody Knows What to Do
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