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Burundi: Govt Wants Unwed Couples to Tie the Knot

[Al Jazeera] Unmarried couples have until the end of the year to legalise their relationships, Burundi government has said, as part of an effort to reform morals in the country.
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[Iwacu] The celebrated human rights defender Pierre Claver Mbonimpa on Thursday expressed his "surprise" that the inter-Burundian dialogue process excludes a number of key civil society leaders because..
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Burundi presses unwed couples to marry

Calling church and state-sanctioned weddings a patriotic duty, government order comes amid drive to 'moralise society'.
Al Jazeera

Burundi orders couples to wed amid drive to 'moralise society'

burundi orders couples to wed amid drive to 'moralise society'
The government order comes after President Pierre Nkurunziza launched a campaign "to moralise society".
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Burundi: Instability, Abuse Force Thousands to Flee

[VOA] The United Nations refugee agency reports thousands of Burundians are fleeing instability and abuse in their country as funding to support growing numbers of refugees dries up.
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