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Burundi bans UN experts who uncovered rights abuses

Burundi’s government has banned three United Nations human rights experts from entering the East African state, according to a letter released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wednesday.

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.

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CIA chief Gina Haspel to brief US House leadership on Jamal Khashoggi case

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Bayelsa government declares balance surplus of N18.564 billion for October

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