Former Ivorian leader Laurent Gbagbo pleads not guilty at ICC trial +++ Ugandans ponder Museveni's regional influence as he marks 30 years in power +++ Burundian refugees in Rwanda seek a fresh start
With the newly approved constitution in Burundi, President Nkurunziza can rule until 2034, joining a club of dictators in Africa. It's high time that African youth stood up against tyranny, DW's Fred Muvunyi writes.
Refugees in East Africa are protesting against cuts in food rations brought about by a funding gap. The food shortage has forced some to attempt to leave the camps and find an additional source of income.
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.
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