BURUNDI: Huge challenges in solving land crisis as refugees return home to find others farming their land

by IRIN News

The government of Burundi faces the daunting task of sorting out a land crisis that continues to deepen as thousands of refugees return home.  Photo: © Jocelyne Sambira/IRIN

In efforts to foster peace, legislators from three Great Lakes countries resolved on Friday to follow up and get involved in the implementation of peace treaties agreed upon by governments in the region.

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