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DRC says it has opened inquiry into fatal shooting of Burundian refugees

The Democratic Republic of Congo said Sunday that it had opened an inquiry after soldiers fired on Burundian refugees in the eastern South Kivu province, killing dozens.

At least 34 Burundian refugees killed by DRC forces – official

An official says Congolese forces have allegedly shot and killed 34 Burundian refugees in an area near Burundi's border.

DR Congo forces kill at least 18 Burundi refugees

Congolese security forces have killed at least 18 Burundian refugees during clashes over plans to send some of them home.

Burundi officials are liable for crimes against humanity – UN

Burundian officials at the highest level should be held accountable for crimes against humanity, and a list of suspects has been drawn up, a U.N. Commission of Inquiry said on Monday.

Tanzania urges UN to repatriate over 8,000 Burundi refugees

Tanzania's government is urging the United Nations refugee agency to quickly repatriate thousands of Burundian refugees who it says want to return home.

Three killed in Burundi grenade attacks at bars

Grenade attacks on two bars killed at least three people and wounded 27 others in the Burundian capital of Bujumbura, police and hospital sources said.

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Cross River CJ introduces spies to monitor corrupt judges, magistrates

The Acting Chief Judge of Cross River State, Justice Michael Edem, on Wednesday said he has introduced secret agents to monitor activities of judges, magistrates, and judicial officers in order to tackle corrupt practices in the bench.

Saraki to meet CSOs over Senators’ pay

The President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, has invited Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to a round-table over the “contentious” salaries of lawmakers.

Reps have no right to order unfreezing of Patience Jonathan’s account – Sagay

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Garba Shehu’s incompetence is legendary – Ezekwesili

Oby Ezekwesili, a former minister of education, has hit back at Garba Shehu, presidential spokesman, for accusing her of portraying a one-sided show of integrity.

Cholera has killed 44 in Borno – commissioner

Death toll as a result of cholera outbreak in Borno State has risen to 44, the State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Haruna Mshelia, revealed on Friday.