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  • 7 meters (23 feet) long See a video of Gustav, the Giant Crocodile of Burundi (9 minutes; warning: fascinating, but may be scary; parental guidance recommended;
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  • U.S. national security   Broad political discourse   Collection:Burundi Librestez Portal Interdisciplinary Research Studies   Business incubators
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  • Hans: A bakery in Burundi saw their profit numbers going down. One day they prepared twice as much bread as normally. They went to the centre of the capital
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  • incident to set it off. Rwanda is the most populated country in Africa. Burundi, its war torn neighbor, is second. Haiti and El Salvador, two of the chronically
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  • Bułgarski Bułgar Bułgarka Burma Birma Birmański Birmańczyk Birmanka Burundi Burundi Cambodia Kambodża Kambodżański Kambodżanin Kambodżanka Cameroon
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  • control of the land, mandating Belguim with the area made up of what is now Burundi and Rwanda, while the remainder of the land was renamed Tanganyika and
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  • Rwanda is located in Central Africa bordered by the four countries, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Uganda. It's total area is
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  • refugee camp. The Dzaleka camp is a temporary home to refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Somalia. [2] 7th segment
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  • Global Nonviolence in Haiti, Nigeria, and Great Lakes Africa (DR Congo, Burundi, and Rwanda). 3.Glenn D. Paige, “Nonkilling Global Society,” UNESCO Encyclopedia
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  • Republic of the Congo is located in Africa. It is bordered by Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania
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  • be (in ascending order) Togo (2.936), Benin, Central African Republic, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Guinea, Comoros, Syria, Senegal and Madagascar (3.966)
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  • million Hutu refugees - many fearing Tutsi retribution - fled to neighboring Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zaire. Since then, most of the refugees have returned
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