Election Results and Post-Poll Violence: Burundi on the Brink (Dispatch 8)
Though the presidential elections in Burundi have concluded, political violence surrounding the controversial vote has not simmered.
Violence and Protests on Polling Day: Burundi on the Brink (Dispatch 7)
On the day of the controversial presidential elections, VICE News visits polling stations across Burundi's capital, and witnesses Nyakabiga's last act of protest before the polls closed for the day.
Rally of the Ruling Party: Burundi on the Brink (Dispatch 6)
In the latest dispatch, VICE News attended a CNDD-FDD rally in Cibitoke Province, and spoke with a former high-ranking official of Burundi’s ruling party, now living in exile in Rwanda.
'If They See Me Alive, They'll Kill Me': Burundi Refugees Filling Up Camps Across the Border
Around 150,000 people have fled the small East African country of Burundi in past months to escape growing political turmoil, intimidation, and violent repression.
Head of Burundi’s Parliament Reportedly Flees to Belgium, Slams President Over Upcoming Elections
The leader of Burundi's Parliament has reportedly left the country, denouncing President Pierre Nkurunziza’s pursuit of an “illegal” third term in office.