Burundi has expelled a senior Rwandan diplomat, officials said on Wednesday, the latest sign of tension between the central African neighbors that share a history of ethnic conflict.
Burundi was plunged into crisis six months ago, when President Pierre Nkurunziza's announcement he would seek a third term ignited weeks of protests and a failed coup. Nkurunziza went on to win a July 21 vote, but opposition groups have accused his government of a violent crackdown against them.
Rwanda, which endured a genocide in 1994, has expressed alarm about the situation in Burundi and its regional implications. Click here to read the full report.