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Undernourishment was the most prevalent and grew the fastest in low-income nations, such as Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burundi.World Hunger Surged In 2020, With 1 in 10 People On Earth Undernourished|LGBTQ-Editor|July 15, 2021|No Straight News
Disruptions lasted from as short as a day or less, in Burundi, Egypt, and Togo, to nearly 90 days in parts of Ethiopia’s Oromia Region.The more Africans do business online, the more they hate internet shutdowns|Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz|May 10, 2021|Quartz
Burundi jumped 13 spots to 147 after four independent journalists received a presidential pardon.
The lessons of, say, Burundi in 1976 may not hold true for America in 2021 — at least not to an extent that can be conveyed in a simple chart.Coup attempts usually usher in long stretches of democratic decline, data shows|Christopher Ingraham|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Their house blend is a mix of coffees from Burundi, Colombia, and Rwanda, creating a bright and accessible flavor profile.Gear to make every day feel like National Coffee Day|PopSci Commerce Team|September 29, 2020|Popular-Science
In 2007, Boggian left the Congo for Burundi after a brief time back in Italy.
The elderly nuns protected women and children in Burundi, then paid with their own lives for their mission.
Commercial trade in human remains is illegal in Burundi and is protected by the same laws, which prohibit human trafficking.
Unlike its famous neighbor Rwanda, the tiny landlocked country of Burundi is difficult to locate on a map.
Has the tiny nation of Burundi become ground zero for a new global black-market trade in human remains?
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Nation in Central Africa, bordered by Rwanda on the north, Democratic Republic of Congo on the west, and Tanzania on the east and south. Its capital is Bujumbura. It achieved independence in 1962. It has been torn by ethnic conflict between Tutsis and Hutus.