A Burundian militia is crossing borders to terrorize refugees and infiltrate the aid agencies that are supposed to protect them.
With three African countries giving notice that they intend to abandon the ICC, a coordinated exodus might soon be coming.
The Burundian government wants to leave the International Criminal Court. They're well on their way.
The disgraced former football chief claims he was asked to intervene in Burundi's political crisis -- and did.
Report finds that Denmark is the world's happiest country and Burundi is its least.
For months Burundi has accused Rwanda of arming Burundian refugees. Now Rwanda is kicking the refugees out.
When the African Union threatened to force a peacekeeping mission, Burundi called its bluff — and threw the pan-African body’s credibility into question in the process.
Burundi arrested a French journalist and a British photojournalist Thursday, after claiming the country's press is not threatened by the government.
In mid-December, dozens of dead bodies disappeared from Bujumbura's streets. New evidence of mass graves may solve the mystery of where they went — and who’s to blame.
In a wide-ranging interview with Foreign Policy, a senior advisor to Burundi's president denied human rights abuses are taking place in his country.
Media houses have been shuttered, journalists attacked, and critics of the government murdered. But one broadsheet is still covering the African country's descent into chaos.
From Syria to the South China Sea, the conflicts and crises the world will face in the coming year.
With the small Central African country spiraling toward chaos, the AU may be about to make an unprecedented decision to force a peacekeeping mission.