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New York - The UN Security Council expressed alarm on Wednesday over reports of torture and extrajudicial killings in Burundi and about an increasing number of refugees who are fleeing the tiny East African nation, now totaling over 416 000 people.A presidential statement reiterated the council's intention to pursue sanctions against all those inside and outside the country "who threaten the peace and security of Burundi."Burundi has been plagued by sporadic violence since April 2015, when President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to seek a third term led to street protests.To go for a group jog in Bujumbura, Burundi’s capital, you must first join a jogging club and register with the government. Perhaps nowhere is jogging more integral than in Burundi. A 2,000-year-old cave painting in Matobo National Park, in Zimbabwe, depicts a hunter lifting his arms in exultation at the end of a run.“Some people here ask me ‘how’s Burundi, it’s a hot place! I’m working hard every day, trying to improve as a player and a person. I’m a mature man now.” • The making of Saido Berahino So he was exasperated when another “Hippy Crack” photograph emerged on April 19. If I can play really, really well that also gives me a chance to be in the Under-21s for the (Uefa) tournament. Tony Pulis, and the previous manager Alan Irvine, have helped me to become who I am right now. At the start of the season I had that in my mind, that if I can keep pushing myself, do well for West Brom, people back home in Burundi and here can look up to me. “The good thing about the Under-21 team is there’s a lot of flexibility. It will be up to Gareth where I can feature in the team.
At least one armed group has announced a rebellion and sporadic attacks have sparked fears of a return to civil war.The soldiers sometimes stopped to administer random beatings.At the same time, young Burundians were becoming more politically active and formed their own jogging clubs. A whole suite of brain chemicals even reward the effort. When I first heard about President Pierre Nkurunziza’s ban on jogging, it seemed like the work of a crackpot dictator, much like North Korea’s ban on blue jeans, China’s ban on unlicensed reincarnation, or any of a number of decrees out of Turkmenistan, where the former president once outlawed lip-syncing, gold teeth, and beards. From the springy arch in our feet to the heat-dissipating veins in our heads, our bodies evolved to run.