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Vol 44 No 16

Published 8th August 2003


Burundi

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Two rebel factions hold the SA-backed peace process to ransom

Hopes that the installation in late April of President Domitien Ndayizeye, a Hutu, would hasten an end to the fighting have not been realised. Instead, the conflict has worsened and the South African government, which is facilitating ceasefire negotiations, is struggling to preserve the credibility of the process.

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