This is a Thursday May 7, 2015 file photo of a demonstrator who ducks and run from soldiers firing into the air to disperse a crowd of demonstrators. (Jerome Delay/File)
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More crimes against humanity were committed in Burundi in 2017 and 2018, whipped up by rhetoric from top officials including President Pierre Nkurunziza, a U.N. human rights report said Wednesday.Burundi has tried and failed to stop the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Burundi, set up by the U.N. Human Rights Council in 2016, and refuses to cooperate with it. The commission said last year that officials at the highest level were responsible for crimes against humanity.Nkurunziza's spokesman and Burundi's human rights minister declined to make an immediate comment.
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