Is Burundi Sliding Back to Civil War?

The Belgians’ Burundi colonies were the first people to set-up a platform for the future political violence in Burundi. After the Belgians observed the differences between the Tutsi and Hutu community, they acted in favour of the Tutsi, while the Hutu were subjected to hard labour. In 1933, racial identity cards were issued, to identify them as Tutsi or Hutu, and a small percentage of Twa.
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