Protest in Burundi after UN decides to send police

Around 1,000 people marched by a streets of Burundi’s collateral Saturday to criticism opposite a United Nations Security Council preference to send a military fortuitous to a violence-wracked country.

On Friday, a U.N. concluded to send a force of 228 military to a collateral Bujumbura and via Burundi for an initial duration of a year.

Four countries on a 15-member U.N. legislature abstained from a vote, that upheld with 11 votes in favour.

More than 500 people have died, many of them in extrajudicial killings blamed on Burundian police, confidence army and militias related to a statute party, according to a United Nations.

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