Burundi violence drives thousands into DR Congo

About 400,000 people have fled fighting in Burundi to the Democratic Republic of Congo in the past two years.

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    About 400,000 people have fled fighting in Burundi to the Democratic Republic of Congo in the past two years.

    The exodus followed Burundi's president announcing he'd run for a third term.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Uvira, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.


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