Burundi- Cuba marks 50 year relation

This Friday Burundi and Cuba marks 50 years of diplomatic relations that dates back to 2 February 1974.

EAC reiterates its commitment to restore peace in DRC

The East African Community (EAC) has reaffirmed its commitment to ongoing efforts to restore peace and stability to the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. EAC Secretary General Dr. Peter Mathuki said that the lessons learned from the deployment of the EAC Regional Force (EACRF) presents opportunities for the Community to...

Burundi: ‘Rwanda allegations constitute propaganda to camouflage the real problem’

Tension between Burundi and Rwanda has intensified with now the two capitals writing communiques in regarding to the recent comments made by president Evariste Ndayishimiye during his visit in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Ndayishimiye accuses Rwanda of sheltering and training ‘terrorists’

Burundi’s president Evariste Ndayishimiye has accused Rwanda of sheltering, training, financing the armed group that has continued to carry out attacks in Burundi.

20 killed by unknown armed group in Burundi

Atleast 20 people were killed including 12 children by unknown armed group in Gatumba (Burundi) near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.

EALA criticizes Council of Ministers, Secretariat over inconsistent annual report

The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) during a sitting in Kigali this Tuesdaycriticized the Council of Ministers’ failure to

Peacekeeper fatally injured as clashes between FARDC and M23 resumes

The ceasefire agreement between the Democratic Republic of Congo forces and M23 rebel group was broken as clashes have

Burundi marks 30years since the assassination of president Ndadaye

Burundi marks three decades after its first democratically elected president Melchior Ndadaye was assassinated.

DRC: 43 killed in Goma protests

UN Human Rights office said that it is concerned with the killing of at least 43 including a policeman,

Gabon officers declare military coup, President Ali Bongo detained

Military officers in oil-producing Gabon said they had seized power on Wednesday and had put President Ali Bongo under house arrest, stepping in minutes after the Central African state's election