Arrest warrant for Sinduhije relates to attacks that have killed dozens and injured several since the start of 2020.
Interior ministry says two people killed when ‘still unidentified terrorists’ hurled grenades in two Bujumbura sites.
The Norwegian Refugee Council unveiled its annual index of the 10 most neglected displacement crises in the world.
Taken from their homes as children, a group of mixed-race elderly people are now fighting Belgium for recognition.
Congolese soldiers killed 27 fighters during operation to clear rebels from border region, DR Congo army says.
Pierre Buyoya derides the court sentence handed down for the assassination of President Melchior Ndadaye in 1993.
New report says security forces and governing party youth wing commit rape, murder and other abuses with impunity.
On International Day of the Disappeared, experts describe the plight of those who have gone missing and their families.
Stricter health guidelines issued after newly inaugurated president declares COVID-19 the ‘worst enemy of Burundi’.
PM Alain-Guillaume Bunyoni and Interior Minister Gervais Ndirakobuca are under sanctions over alleged rights abuses.
Pierre Nkurunziza died at the age of 55 of what the government said was ‘heart failure’.
Ndayishimiye inherits an isolated country under sanctions with a national psyche damaged by years of political violence.
Ndayishimiye has pledged to defend ‘interests of the nation, ensure national unity and cohesion of Burundian people’.
Court says Ndayishimiye to assume power despite constitution providing for speaker to over in event of a leader’s death.