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Human rights situation in Burundi still deeply worrying, activists say

12-16-2016 Burundian Human Rights activists say that more than 1,000 people have been killed and more than 9,000 have been detained in various dungeons in the country since April 2015. The President of the National Independent Human Rights Commission, CNIDH, however, says that Burundi has improved its human rights situation (...)

Pierre Claver Mbonimpa: Recipient of the “2016 Alison Des Forges Award”

09-02-2016 Human Rights Watch’s Alison Des Forges Award celebrates the valor of individuals who put their lives in danger to protect the dignity and rights of others. According to Human Rights Watch, Pierre Claver Mbonimpa has shown tireless dedication to the human rights cause as one of Burundi’s most prominent (...)
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Pierre Claver Mbonimpa at home with his family

10-08-2014 The Chairman of APRODH is now at home. He is happy for his release and he indicates that he will continue his fight for human rights.-By Yves Didier Irakoze “I’m happy to be free and I thank everyone who supported and came to visit me when I was in (...)
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Pierre Claver Mbonimpa released provisionally

09-30-2014 After about four months of detention Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, accused of spreading information that can endanger state security, is released by the Tribunal of FIRST instance of Bujumbura on the condition that he does not leave Bujumbura City.-By Lorraine Josiane Manishatse The Tribunal of first instance of Bujumbura has (...)
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