As the world's thoughts continue to be with Paris, violence in Burundi continues to worsen as the Belgian government along with the EU made the decision to eliminate all non-essential personnel from the country as tensions rise. A statement by the Belgian foreign ministry was released, saying:
We advise Belgians who are currently in Burundi and whose presence is not essential to leave the country as soon as normal measures allow.
These tensions, which began in May of this year when President P...

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