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Curfew and travel restrictions imposed in southwest

Humanitarian sources in Burundi told IRIN yesterday that a dusk-to-dawn curfew had been imposed in some towns of Bururi and Makamba provinces and that weapons had been distributed to part of the local populations. The authorities have advised aid agencies not to travel by road to Nyanza-Lac and other areas of the southwest, the sources added.


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