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List of massacres in Burundi

The following is a list of massacres that have occurred in Burundi (numbers may be approximate):

Name Date Location Deaths Notes
Titanic Express massacre[1] December 28, 2000 Bujumbura Rural 21[2] Bus attack by the Hutu-extremist group Palipehutu-FNL
Itaba massacre September 9, 2002 Itaba 173-267[3]
Gatumba refugee camp massacre September 7, 2004 Gatumba 160[4]

References

  1. ^ Samira Said (28 December 2010). "Slain British aid worker's family pleads for justice after massacre". CNN. 
  2. ^ "British aid worker "shot in cold blood" in Burundi". Reuters. 30 December 2000. 
  3. ^ Burundi: No justice for victims of the Itaba massacre | Amnesty International
  4. ^ Burundi massacre and the continuing conflict in the Congo
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