The publication reported that some police, Parks and Wildlife officials and “Asians” were involved in wildlife poaching syndicates.
President's supporters say he is eligible to run again, since his first term in office followed election by parliament - not directly by the people.
The government has closed university dormitories, and students have been camping outside the US embassy, saying they want protection.
Protest-hit Burundi cuts mobile networks, blocks Twitter and Facebook as strongman brings hammer down
Authorities banned three popular radio stations from live reporting demonstrations, and shut down one broadcaster.
Less than 1% of the Eritrean population goes online. If you want the ultimate master class in controlling information, head to Asmara.
Punishments for digital transgressions include death - or six years in prison for liking a page on Facebook!