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  • 'Fake calm' in Burundi as tension threatens return to violence - The Guardian

    'Fake calm' in Burundi as tension threatens return to violence - The Guardian;

    Protests in Burundi's capital, Bujumbura, in July 2015. President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term last year triggered unrest, a failed coup and months of terror. Photograph: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images. Global development is supported by.and more »

  • Former Burundi minister Hafsa Mossi shot dead - Daily Mail

    Former Burundi minister Hafsa Mossi shot dead - Daily Mail;

    Former Burundian government minister and spokeswoman Hafsa Mossi was shot dead by unknown assailants in the capital Bujumbura on Wednesday, police said. "Hon. Mossi assassinated 10.30 in Gihosha", in the east of Bujumbura by, "two criminals in a ...and more »

  • Former Burundian minister Hafsa Mossi murdered in Bujumbura - Africanews

    Former Burundian minister Hafsa Mossi murdered in Bujumbura - Africanews;

    The former Burundian minister and close ally of President Pierre Nkurunziza, Hafsa Mossi was killed on Wednesday in the capital Bujumbura. ADVERTISING. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads · inRead invented by Teads · #Breaking: Former ...and more »

  • Burundi crisis: MP Hafsa Mossi shot dead in Bujumbura - BBC News

    Burundi crisis: MP Hafsa Mossi shot dead in Bujumbura - BBC News;

    A former government minister has been shot dead in the Burundi capital, Bujumbura by unknown gunmen. Hafsa Mossi was an MP in the East African parliament and a former BBC Swahili service journalist. President Pierre Nkurunziza called it an ...and more »

  • East Africa: EALA Condemns Burundian Legislator Hafsa Mossi Killing - AllAfrica.com

    East Africa: EALA Condemns Burundian Legislator Hafsa Mossi Killing - AllAfrica.com;

    The late Burundian representative, MP Hafsa Mossi, interacts with some Burundian refugees at Mahama Refugee Camp in eastern Rwanda last year (file photo). By James Karuhanga. The Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), Daniel F.and more »

  • East Africa: Arusha Mourns EALA MP, Hafsa Mossi - AllAfrica.com

    East Africa: Arusha Mourns EALA MP, Hafsa Mossi - AllAfrica.com;

    Arusha — Shock gripped Arusha on Wednesday following the killing of a Burundi member of the East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) early in the day in Bujumbura. News of the grisly murder of Ms Hafsa Mossi was received with utter disbelief and grief ...and more »

  • East Africa: Former Burundi Minister Hafsa Mossi Assassinated - AllAfrica.com

    East Africa: Former Burundi Minister Hafsa Mossi Assassinated - AllAfrica.com;

    Bujumbura — The first East African Community (EAC) affairs minister for Burundi, Hafsa Mossi was shot dead by unknown gunmen outside her home in Bujumbura yesterday. A close relative said the former minister was near her home when a vehicle with ...and more »

  • Ban condemns assassination of former Burundian minister Mossi - UN News Centre

    Ban condemns assassination of former Burundian minister Mossi - UN News Centre;

    13 July 2016 – United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the assassination earlier today of Hafsa Mossi, former Burundian Minister for East African Community Affairs and Member of the East African Legislative Assembly, in the capital, ...and more »

  • East Africa: Former Burundi EAC Minister Hafsa Mossi Shot Dead - AllAfrica.com

    East Africa: Former Burundi EAC Minister Hafsa Mossi Shot Dead - AllAfrica.com;

    Former Burundi minister for East African Community (EAC) Affairs Hafsa Mossi has been shot dead by unknown gunmen outside her home in Bujumbura. "She was near her home and a tinted car knocked her from behind, she went out to see what happened ...and more »

  • Burundi Civil Society Leader Blames Government for Peace Talks Collapse - Voice of America

    Burundi Civil Society Leader Blames Government for Peace Talks Collapse - Voice of America;

    Burundi's government is to blame for the collapse of the latest round of peace talks aimed at resolving the country's political and security crisis, according to Vital Nshimirimana, leader of the group Forum for the Strengthening of Civil Society (FORSC).and more »