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Vol 44 No 25

Published 19th December 2003


Burundi

Risky dealings

Military reform and a new national army are key to the South African-led peace efforts (AC Vol 44 No 16). They remain on a knife-edge. Since the 16 November ceasefire, brokered by SA Deputy President Jacob Zuma and signed in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, there have been fewer clashes between the main combatants, though the Parti pour la Libération du Peuple Hutu-Forces Nationales de la Libération (Palipehutu-FNL), which refuses to sign a ceasefire, has launched spectacular attacks on government installations.

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