Burundi: No respite without justice
This report examines the human rights situation in Burundi where hundreds of unarmed civilians were killed by armed opposition groups and the military between November 1998 and March 1999. It looks at the response of the government and the armed opposition groups to these killings, particularly the failure of the military courts to impart independent justice.
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