Paul Kagame congratulates country on passing a constitutional amendment allowing him to run again for president +++ Burundi rejects AU peacekeeping force +++ Sierra Leonean businessman helps kids with heart disease
Burundi has walked away from the International Criminal Court, claiming the court punishes those the West doesn't want in power. DW's Fred Muvunyi says these anti-court lobbyists have blood on their hands.
Rwanda counts votes as Kagame eyes third-term+++Kenyans in the city flee for rural safety ahead of Tuesday’s elections+++Businesses in Burundi count losses as electricity crisis continues
It's no surprise that Rwandan President Paul Kagame won the election with 98 percent of the vote, since the outcome had been known long before electors went to the polls, writes Andrea Schmidt.
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