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UN investigators unable to identity perpetrators of August killings

After almost two months, an interdisciplinary team of UN experts have been unable to identify the killers of 160 Congolese Tutsi refugees on 13 August at the Gatumba transit camp on the Burundi side of the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. “The investigation team has been unable to establish who organised, carried out and paid for the atrocity,” according to a report the UN Secretary-General sent to the Security Council earlier in October. The report recommended that the Burundian government and the International Criminal Court continue investigations. Full Story

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