Traditional Namibian leaders filed a complaint with a US court against Germany demanding compensation for colonial-era genocide and inclusion in talks
Representatives of Namibian communities affected by the 1904-1908 genocide have filed a class action against Germany in the US
As long as the trouble in Burundi remains "a low-intensity conflict" and the world is not forced to act to avert disaster, Nkurunziza will survive
Hammer week: UN judges find Bemba, Karadzic guilty, but three big African war criminals still at large
Uganda rebel chief Kony, Rwanda genocide mastermind Kabugo, and Sudan’s president Bashir continue to elude international justice
Woman told she was being sexually abused since she was Tutsi, and in a Bujumbura neighbourhood witness claimed Tutsis "were systematically killed"
'You don’t see it easily but it’s happening, and the regime isn’t hiding it at all' - living the Burundi crisis
“If nobody is going to intervene, you’re going to see another Rwanda, of that I’m convinced.”
UPDATED: Burundi death toll rises sharply to 87 after attacks on military bases, majority 'were executed'
Police accused of rounding up young men. Some of the victims were "kids" and had been shot execution-style "through the top of the skull".
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
UPDATE: Rwanda's Kagame accuses Burundi leaders of 'massacres'; thousands flee Bujumbura fearing crackdown
Seven people executed by gunmen in Burundi bar attack as police launch weapon raids.
Kigali, Freetown, Luanda, Nairobi, Massawa...they are all like a boxer whose spirit will not be broken, however heavy the punch.
Did Sudan hold South Africa peace troops in Darfur hostage in exchange for Bashir? No, says Khartoum
S. Africa had previously said it would arrest Bashir. Botswana, disappointed he "avoided arrest when he cut short his visit and fled, in fear..."
President Pierre Nkurunziza is expected to seek a third mandate, and the comment will have reverberated within the region.
President says perceived biggest weakness is actually country's 'greatest strength'