Burundi refugees: Many too afraid to return home

Thousands fled four years ago when hundreds were killed in political violence connected to presidential election.

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    Burundi is one of many countries in Africa where refugees are a major concern.

    Thousands fled four years ago when hundreds were killed in political violence connected to the presidential election.

    Many refugees have returned home from camps in neighbouring countries - but others say they are afraid to return home.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Rumonge.


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