Earlier this month, similar actions resulted in 300 students being suspended in the capital, Bujumbura, and some arrests
Burundi's president Nkurunziza gives southern rebels two weeks to surrender, or face full force of military> Desire Nimubona
The violence that has gripped the landlocked country and left more than 470 people dead since April 2015
A Burundian rights group has said political violence has killed 1,098 people in the past year
Burundi attacks leave five dead; it's a year now since crisis broke out over Nkurunziza's third term bid> Desire Nimubona
The country has been rocked by unrest since April 2015, when President Nkurunziza announced a bid to stand for a third term
Gunmen also opened fire at a nightclub in the city’s Bwiza district, killing three people.
When night falls, gunfire starts across Burundi’s capital; when the sun rises, residents count the bodies>
“Unless there is sudden progress on dialogue...[Nkurunziza] is likely to be overthrown in a coup” - Christoph Wille, analyst Control Risks
Burundi’s senate chief's speech “invoked the language of horrors the region hasn’t witnessed in 20 years” – Samantha Power
A resident said she counted the bodies of four murdered people on Wednesday night.
Bujumbura also expelled a Rwandan diplomat last week.
A number of people have been wounded, a resident of the area said by phone.