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The majority of the refugees IRRI spoke to, mentioned three conditions that would need to be in place before they would consider returning: the dismantlement of the Imbonerakure militia, political change and accountability for abuses, especially those committed since April 2015.Most, however, did not believe such conditions would be met any time soon, if at all, and cited the cyclical nature of conflict in Burundi as a greater impediment for their return.It could not be independently verified who killed the 21 but another witness blamed government security forces saying they went after the victims in door-to-door searches."I fear I can be killed like my friend yesterday, police came to search our house and by chance I escaped.An eyewitness told The Associated Press he counted 21 bodies with bullet wounds in their heads in the Nyakabiga neighborhood Saturday morning.Some of the dead had their hands tied behind their backs, said the witness, who insisted on anonymity due to safety concerns.“If the Burundian authorities are serious about promoting the return of refugees, they must reign in the Imbonerakure and ensure accountability for abuses committed since the beginning of the political crisis, including through cooperation with international efforts.” Since the political crisis erupted in April 2015, accompanied by serious violence and repression, almost 420,000 Burundians have left their country.In June 2017, IRRI interviewed 30 who had recently arrived in Uganda.

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Some residents ventured out of their houses Saturday but largely remained uneasily in their neighborhoods.The attack took place a day after the assassination of General Adolphe Nshimirimana, chief security advisor to the Presidency.“This brazen attack on Pierre-Claver Mbonimpa, a man who works tirelessly to protect the rights of others, is deeply shocking,” said Sarah Jackson, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes.Burundi's political violence escalated Saturday as 28 people were found shot dead in three neighbourhoods in the capital, a day after the government said an unidentified group carried out coordinated attacks on three military installations.A climate of fear has engulfed the capital, Bujumbura, after the sound of battle could be heard throughout the day Friday and sporadic gunfire overnight.The testimonies, collected from Burundians that arrived in Uganda between March and June 2017, challenge the Burundian government’s official narrative, which urges refugees to “return to their homeland, because peace and security prevail on the whole national territory”.