Leta Zunze Ubumwe z’Amerika (USA) zirashinja u Rwanda ibikorwa byo guhungabanya umutekano w’u Burundi !

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Kwica no kunyereza abakuru b’idini ya Islamu mu Rwanda bashinjwa kuba ibyihebe kugirango Amerika igarurire icyizere Kagame nta musaruro byatanze; ahubwo ibiri amambu, igihugu cy’Amerika cyasabye u Rwanda gutanga ibisobanuro byimbitse ku itotezwa ry’abakuru ba Islamu mu Rwanda; uretse nibyo, kuri uyu wa gatatu taliki ya 10 Gashyantare 2016, Amerika irashinja u Rwanda ibikorwa byo guhungabanya umutekano w’u Burundi!
 
Kubera uburakari n’umujinya Paul Kagame yatewe n’igitsure cy’Amerika muri ibyo bikorwa bye bibisha, byatumye yirukira i Dubaï (Leta Zunze ubumwe z’Abarabu) avugirayo amagambo ateye isoni ; aho yavuze ko inkunga z’amahanga atazirambirijeho ko ahubwo azikeneye kugirango ashobore guteza imbere ubucuruzi muri Afurika! Abakurikiye iryo jambo rya Kagame ntacyo batoyemo kuko mu nteruro imwe yavuze ibintu bibiri bivuguruzanya aribyo : kutarambiza ku nkunga z’amahanga no kuzifashisha ngo yiteze imbere! Ikindi cyatangaje abantu ni uburyo ashaka kugirana umubano n’ibihugu by’abarabu bigwiriyemo idini ya Islamu mu gihe abayoboke b’iryo dini bari kwicwa no kunyerezwa mu Rwanda!
 
Ibi bikorwa byo kwinyuramo bya Paul Kagame biraterwa n’igitutu Amerika iri kumushyiraho bitewe ni uko yayibeshye kenshi ko azava k’ubutegetsi nyuma y’2017 ahubwo bakabona ahinduye itegeko nshinga mu gasuzuguro kenshi akigira umwami! Uretse nibyo, Paul Kagame akomeje ibikorwa byo guhungabanya umutekano w’ibihugu byo mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari, cyane cyane Repubulika iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo n’u Burundi. Amakuru « veritasinfo » ikesha ibiro ntaramakuru by’abafaransa AFP, aragaragaza ko kuri uyu wa gatatu taliki ya 10 Gashyantare 2016, igihugu cya leta zunze ubumwe z’Amerika gishinja leta  ya Paul Kagame ibikorwa byo guhungabanya umutekano w’igihugu cy’u Burundi; ibyo bikaba bigaragazwa n’uko u Rwanda ruha imyitozo ya gisilikare impunzi z’abarundi harimo n’abana mu rwego rwo kugaba ibitero mu Burundi.
 
 Madame Linda Thomas-Greenfield (ku ifoto ibanza inkuru)wungirije umunyamabanga mukuru ushinzwe ububanyi n’amahanga akaba ashinzwe k’uburyo bw’umwihariko Afurika, yari yatumiwe mu nama ya komisiyo y’umutwe wa Sena y’Amerika ishinzwe ububanyi n’amahanga, maze ashinja ku mugaragaro u Rwanda muri aya magambo, yagize ati : « dufite amaraporo tugezwaho na bagenzi bacu bari mu karere, yerekana neza ko leta  y’u Rwanda yishoye mu bikorwa byo guhungabanya umutekano w’u Burundi ». Muri iyo nama kandi Bwana Thomas Perriello, intumwa idasanzwe y’Amerika mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari, yerekanye ibimenyetso simusiga bishimangira ko leta y’u Rwanda iha imyitozo ya gisilikare impunzi z’abarundi ziri mu nkambi mu Rwanda, ikazohereza mu mitwe yitwaje intwaro irwanya leta y’u Burundi. Thomas Perriello akaba yagaragarije abari mu nama ko ahangayikishijwe cyane n’ibikorwa bibi bya leta  y’u Rwanda mu kibazo cya politiki y'u Burundi.
 
Abantu benshi bakurikirana amakuru yo mu bihugu bigize akarere k’ibiyaga bigari ; bemeza ko aribwo bwa mbere igihugu cya Leta Zunze Ubumwe z’Amerika cyamaganye ku mugaragaro kandi n’ingufu nyinshi ibikorwa bibi bya leta y’u Rwanda byo guhungabanya umutekano w’ibindi bihugu byo mu karere. Ubusanzwe Leta Zunze Ubumwe z’Amerika zagiye zikingira ikibaba leta y’u Rwanda mu bikorwa byinshi bibi rwagiye rukorera abaturage bo mu bihugu by’akarere k’ibiyaga bigari; ariko nyuma y’ubushishozi bwinshi no gusesengura raporo zinyuranye, umubano w’Amerika n’u Rwanda wajemo agatotsi bitewe ni uko Amerika yamaze kubona neza ko Paul Kagame ariwe uhungabanya umutekano w’ibihugu byose byo mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari !
 
Muri iki gihe umubano w’u Rwanda n’u Burundi wifashe nabi cyane, u Burundi bushinja u Rwanda gucumbikira abarwanya ubutegetsi bw’icyo gihugu ndetse rugashyigikira n’imitwe yitwaje intwaro irwanya leta y’u Burundi; ibyo birego u Rwanda rukaba rubihakana ariko impuguke z’umuryango w’abibumbye ONU zemeza muri raporo yazo ko u Rwanda ruha imyitozo ya gisilikare impunzi z’abarundi zahungiye mu Rwanda zirimo n’abana mu rwego rwo kuvana Perezida Nkurunziza ku butegetsi hakoreshejwe imbaraga za gisilikare. Amerika ikaba ishinja perezida Pierre Nkurunziza kuba atarubahirije manda ebyiri zanditse mu itegeko nshinga, icyo cyaha Nkurunziza ashinjwa, Amerika ikaba igishinja Paul Kagame ko nawe atubahirije manda ebyiri yemererwa n’itegeko nshinga ariko we akagira n’akarusho ko guhindura itegeko nshinga kunyungu ze bwite!
 
Kubera izo mpamvu Amerika ikaba isanga Paul Kagame nta somo yatanga kandi akaba  ntacyo agomba kuvuga ku bibazo by’u Burundi.
 
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Mbonyingabo 12/02/2016 11:08

Kuri Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe, nibyiza kuba mufite ibimenyetso kubyabaye mu Burundi; ukuntu reta y`Urwanda yabigizemo uruhare. Icyongusabarero nukugitango muhurize hamwe abajyanama banyu mubyamategeko mpuzamahanga, mutegure ikirego kubwicanyi bwose bwakorewe mu Burundi. Abantu bishwe ninyeshamba bose, abatewe grenade mumasoko no mutubari, hanyuma mutange ikirego Ilahee murukiko mpuzamahanga, maze murebe yuko Kagame adasanga mugenziwe Tailor. Nimudakora ibyo mumenye yuko ntamutekano muzagira inyenzi zigifite ubutegetsi ikigari, namwe muzi ukobyagendekeye Ndadaye nabagenzibe.

Maputo 12/02/2016 03:24

Mbega imikino ya amerika? Yewe abanyamerika ni amashitani pe! Cg bakoreshwa na mashitani? Mbega amayeli bagiye gukoresha kuburundi nabarundi? Imitego yiyi misega yabazungu irenze 1000. Iyo umutego umwe ubashibukanye bafata uwundi, imitego hafi yose bateze Abarundi nuburundi yarabashibukanye none ubu bashatse gukoresha amayeli yose yo kugwisha neza Presida w'Uburundi Pierre Nkurunziza ngo bamwereke ko bamushyigikiye kandi bamenye ingorane zigihugu cye aho zituruka kandi hanyuma abanyamerika bafite ibindi bagamije kugeraho ndetse bafatanyije na kagame.
Yewe Amateka ya amerika yerekana neza ko abanyamerika ari amashitan ndetse habayeho guhera 1460' amerika ntiyigeze ibaho igihe isi yaremwaga mbere yari inyanja hanyuma 1460' ihinduka ahumutse ubutaka na amashyamba kubushobozi bwa Lusoferi. Kugeza uyu munsi amerika itegekwa na Lusoferi amashitani yose yikuzimu ateraniye muri amerika USA. Amayeli ya mashitani ni meshi cyane si nibaza uwemerera amashitani kwinjira muri Afrika uwo ariwe. Mukureho amashyano akorana na amerika ari muri Afrika mwice izo nzoka zose zishire.
Barundi mube maso amayeli yintambara yahinduye amajambo, inzoka zihinduye kwiyambika uruhu rw'intama kandi imbere ari amasega Aryana. Mube maso mufatane mu mugongo.

.... 11/02/2016 21:13

erega kubazi amateka ya amerika na barusiya,ndababwiza ukuri kugira ngo abanyamerika nibura bagoragoze ubusugire bwa amarika muri africa aho bigeze nuko bagomba kumvira abarusiya kugira ngo bagane umutungo wa africa.nta bundi buryo rero amerika yakoresha kugira ngo ikureho uwo yashizeho uretse kwemera icyo abarusiya babasaba mu rwego rwa diplomacy.kagame muvuga rero agomba kuvaho rwose ku nyungu za reta zunzu bumwe za amerika na bayishyigikiye kugira ngo barinde inyungu zabo muri biraya bihugu bakuraho imbogamizi zababuza intego yabo uko yaba imeze kose.Nyakubahwa kagame we!!mvuze ngo?itegure coup d etat ikurikira iyo ntizagusiga ntakwambura!!!wakwize gusenga ariko president?ntabwo imana yakwibagiwe

gatera 11/02/2016 17:35

Jyewe ndi Kagame Paul,ntamuntu numwe twakoranye amahano wancika.nabashyira munzu nkabacucuma naragiza nkazapfa nyuma yabo.uburero bagiye guhunga nka Nyamwasa nibaragiza ngo Kagame yaradushutse nkaho ali abana.Kandi alijye sinasiga Tony Blair kuko numujyanama mubi.Ese kuki abanyarwanda mutinya kuvuga ko twazize Rouis michel,na Tony Blair,abanyamerika niba badashaka ibibazo nabanyarwanda nibarekure Amafoto ,namakuru yose yuko ibibazo byabanyarwanda biteye.uko byaje nuko bizaragira.Abarundi nabagabo,umugabo subunini.imana ihezagire Abarundi na Nkurunziza wabo

BARUNDI? MWICE IZO NYENZI 11/02/2016 15:17

Izi nyenzi zaduteje ibibazo;nimuzice zo kajya muri hell

GENOCIDE RWANDA 11/02/2016 15:15

NIZIGENDE izo nyenzi zakoresheje ijambo genocide mu rwego rwo gusjaka ifaranga no GUKANDAMIZA UBWOKO BW'ABAHUTU.None dore zitangiye kwicuza kubera ko ABARUNDI BOSE BAZITAHUYE

RWANDA BAGIYE KUYIREGA? FDLR 11/02/2016 14:41

Ahasigaye ubwo bigargaye ko RWANDA yateye ibibazo mu BURUNDI. Ni ngombwa ko ABARUNDI bihutira kurega u RWANDA. Bazarega iki? 1/abantui u RWANDA rwishe mu Burundi 2/Ibyangijwe byose 3/ubukungu bwangijwe na KAGAME..........IBI BYOSE BIGOMBA KUZARIHWA NA KAGOME. Kagame ntiyiobwire ngo BURUNDI ni CONGO. Aba bahutu bo mu BURUNDI bagiye kumuhagama. Na KIKWETE azahita akubita KAGAME

BURUNDI bafite ibimeneyetso ? 11/02/2016 14:38

barabifite bariya bana. Bashaka ko INVESTIGATION itangira maze KAGAME bakamumwaza. Burundi ifite abasoda yafashe ba RWANDA,ifite ibikoresho yafashe,ifite abatangabuhamya....byose ni tayari ku Burundi. RWANDA yagize ubwoba kubera iki?

RWANDA: kuki muhakana buri gihe?ubu se ntimufashwe ra? 11/02/2016 14:36

BURUNDI ifite ibimenyetso bifatika. Burundi yareze u RWANDA. Burundi yasabye ko haba INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION muri MAHAMA. RWANDA kugeza ubu yanze ko haba iyo INVESTIGATION. Rwanda icyo yakoze ni uguhakana gusaaaa! Kuki RWANDA itemera iyo INVESTIGATION? Bivuze ko RWANDA yikeka amababa ko bishobora kuyikomerana. Ngo na wa wundi wendeye nyina munzi,byarameneyekanye!! KAGAME ubu ISI YOSE YAMUMENYE

BIZIMANA FAUSTIN 11/02/2016 14:34

AMERIKA BAKORANYE BYINSHI KUNYUNGU ZABO NKO KUMUHA IBIRWANISHO NGO ATERE KONGO ABASAGATIRE COLTAN N'IBINDI,ARIKO UBU BARAMURAMBIWE KUKO IBYE BYABARENZE.MURI MAKE BAMUHAYE SHYANDA YIYONGERERAHO NA MUNAZI,NONE BYATUMYE AHUBWO ASIGAYE ABATEYE ISESEME.HARYA NATAREBA NEZA NYUMA Y'ISESEME HAZA IBIRUTSI. BASHOBORA KUMURUKA HANYUMA BAGAKOROPA UMUCAFU.YARASHYEKEWE ARIKO SI KERA AGIYE GUHEZA NABI.SHITANI IMWAKIRE MU BANA BAYO.

Rukweto 11/02/2016 13:51

Zaba zihinduye imirishyo? No. Oya. Yego.or? Iyi bayita high politics? Nguko uko USA imeze. Za politics za Samanther power zagiye hehe? Iza African Union zagiye hehe? Iza Loni zagiye hehe? Ngo nako ni international community itegekwa na kagome. Za Amnesty international ? Za Humana right watch? Nibindi... Ariko iyo umukino uhinduye iturufu niho umukino uba ugiye kuryoha.
Ikiruta byose Rudakangwa nibiguruka Presida w'Uburundi Pierre Nkurunziza ntiyigeze ajegajega na gato, ahubwo yahagaze kigabo muri byose, ahagarara ku kuri, ubumwe bwa Abarundi na democracy. Kagome we yahoraga ngo amushaka akamubura da! Ngo amurangizemo umujinya isi irikoreye.
Uyu munsi umukino ugezweho ngo Urwanda rurashinzwa iki kuburundi? Hahahaaaaaaa!!!!!!!
Reka nisekere birashekeje imbwa zimisega zuzuye isi yose, kumoka nibyo bizikwiriye.
Naho Presida w'Uburundi avuga Halleluya rimwe gusa amadayimoni agasekurana imitwe yiruka asubira ikuzimu iwabo, Pierre yavuga isengesho rimwe gusa amashitani yose na Lusoferi bagahinda umushyitsi bagashya bagakongoka bakabura iyo bakwirwa. Pierre Nkurunziza we wabaye uwa mbere muri Afrika yibiyaga bigari kumereza aho Imana ikuri imbere kandi Bible cg Bibiliya yawe irakuyoboye pe!
Pilato kagome polo umwami wabidishyi na mashitani ye barakora iki?

FDLR: mwice izo nyenzi,ingegera gusa 11/02/2016 13:24

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

WILLY NYAMITWE ni umugabo koko? 11/02/2016 13:23

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

KAGAME BARAMWANDAGAJE 11/02/2016 13:23

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

KIKWETE HITTING KAGAME? 11/02/2016 13:22

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

JACOB ZUMA AGAINST KAGAME REGIME 11/02/2016 13:22

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

TANZANIA 11/02/2016 13:22

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

FDLR 11/02/2016 13:21

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

MOBILISATION AGAINST RWANDA 11/02/2016 13:21

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

HE NKURUNZIZA: yarakaye 11/02/2016 13:21

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

BURUNDI: Willy nyamitwe 11/02/2016 13:20

James Butty

February 11, 2016 1:22 AM



Burundi says it feels vindicated now that the United States has accused the Rwandan government of involvement in destabilizing activities in Burundi.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday that there are credible reports that Burundian refugees in Rwanda are being recruited to participate in armed attacks on the Burundian government.

Burundi Foreign Minister Alain Nyamitwe said Burundi has been sounding the alarm about Rwanda for months. Nyamitwe said the United States must now take concrete action, because Rwanda's behavior is contrary to all international norms.

"For us, we say it's better later than never because we've been telling the Obama administration about this for the last seven or eight months," he said. "But of course, in the beginning we were told that we were just trying to divert the attention of the international community on Burundi toward another country. So for us, we want the U.S. to move beyond simple rhetoric and take action because those are absolute acts that disturb the peaceful existence of states; those are acts go against United Nations charter," he said.

Nyamitwe would not say what specific action Burundi would like the United States to take against Rwanda. But he said while Burundi wants to live in peace with its neighbors, it will not relent until its sovereignty is respected.

"I believe a state cannot disturb the peaceful co-existence of its neighbors and get away with it. I think that it is high time we all collectively started acting against aggressive states. We want to live in peace with our neighbors. But we want it to be known to others that Burundi will not relent until it is respected in its rights and sovereignty," Nyamitwe said.

Rwanda calls allegation 'childish'

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has dismissed as "childish" a U.N. panel report last week that Burundian refugees had been recruited at a refugee camp in eastern Rwanda in May and June 2015 and given two months of military training to remove President Nkurunziza from power.

Nyamitwe said this is not the first time Rwanda has denied accusations of supporting Burundian rebels. But he said the evidence for Rwanda's actions is there.

"All we know, and we have evidence to support our claims is that refugees have been recruited, including underage refugees and conscripted into rebel groups with the aim of attacking Burundi in order to destabilize the country and ultimately to remove the current government elected by the people," he said.

UMURUNDI: kuki KAGAME yica benewacu b'abahutu mu RWANDA 11/02/2016 13:11

kuba KAGAME akomeje kwica abahutu mu RWANDA kandi ari MAJORITY,dushobora kuzabahorera. DUSHOBORA kuzishira hamwe twese UBWOKO BANTU maze RWANDA tukayiha isomo. MWITONDE natabwo tuzakomeza kwemera ko abatusti mu RWANDA bategeka abahutu

UMUHUTU WO MU BURUNDI 11/02/2016 12:49

Kagame agomba kumenya ko UMUHUTU WO MU BURUNDI akanuye AMASOOOOO!! ntaho agomba kumenera KANDI TUZAGERA I KIGALI. LES BANTOUS twese hamwe tuzarwanya EMPIRE HIMA

ISIS MU RWANDA?ABAYISLAMU BICWA KUBERA IKI? 11/02/2016 12:46

Kagame yishe umuyislamu amwita ISIS. Nyamara ibi ntabwo byaribyo. AHUBWO kagame YASHAKAGA ko USA imugiria ikizere .

GENOSIDE irapfuye mu BURUNDI? 11/02/2016 12:45

ya turufu ya KAGAME ya genoside irapfuye ? KAGAME azabigenza ate?

KAGAME AGIYE KWICA IMPUNZI ZA MAHAMA? 11/02/2016 12:44

nibyo ngo KAGAME yabwiye DMI kwica impunzi za MAHAMA maze akazavuga ko NKURUNZIZA ariwe wazishe.

MAHAMA 11/02/2016 12:43

Za mpunzi za MAHAMA ngo zifite ubwoba ko KAGAME ashobora KUZAZICA maze akavuga ngo NKURUNZIZA yateye mu nkambi ya MAHAMA.

IMPUNZI Z'ABARUNDI:uko zageze mu RWANDA 11/02/2016 12:40

Izi mpunzi zageraga ku mupaka,nuko zigasanga imodoka zizitegereje,maze impunzi zikinjiramo zikajyanywa MAHAMA. Nyuma zose baziha icyo bita STATUT DES REFUGIES(refugee status). Ibi u RWANDA rwakoze ku mpunzi zo mu BURUNDI ntaho nabibonye kabisa.Bivuze iki? Bivuze ko KAGAME yashakaga ko mu BURUNDI bagira ibibazo. KUKI SE TANZANIA yo ITAKOZE NK'U RWANDA?

INVESTIGATION:kuki RWANDA yanze? 11/02/2016 12:37

izi ngegera zaranze nyine kuko bari guhita bazivumburira ku gasi. ARIKO kwanga nabyo ni bibi KUKO BYEREKANA KO KAGAME yivanze mu by'U burundi

LOUISE MUSHIKIWAZO ko yataye umutwe? 11/02/2016 12:36

wa mugore utabyara(CYANZE KWANA) noneho amagambo yamushizemo: YABUZE UKO ASOBANURA IBYO USA yavuze. Arimo guhakana gusaaa! KANDI u BURUNDI bwasabye ko haba ENQUETE nuko KAGAME aranga kuko yarazi ko biramufata. NONE NI HAHANDI ARAFASHWE