A top Zambian government official said the number of Burundians seeking asylum in Zambia has increased, the Times of Zambia reported on Monday.
One policeman was injured in a grenade explosion that targeted policemen who were Wednesday morning rehabilitating a road damaged during protests in the Burundian capital Bujumbura, a police spokesman has told Xinhua.
The Burundian ruling party Monday requested the East African Community (EAC), which is participating in the facilitation of the Burundian crisis, to understand the need for a constitution amendment for the formation of a government of unity.
Three persons suspected to be policemen Tuesday shot dead a young man at his home in Buyenzi neighborhood in the Burundian capital Bujumbura, raising anger of protesters who barricaded roads and burned tires, witnesses said.
A summit of East African leaders over Burundi crisis has urged a postponement of the country's elections, with the opposition "disappointed" as the issue of whether President Pierre Nkurunziza should run for a third term was not discussed.
One demonstrator was killed and several others injured when police fired live bullets to disperse the crowd on Monday in Mugamba, a region of Burundi's Bururi province, the national radio said, as protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term entered their fifth week.
The situation in Burundian remains uncertain after authorities decided to postpone parliamentary elections for reasons of national security, following protests and a thwarted coup attempt to overthrow President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza speaks to state radio on Thursday, commending security and defense fores who did not join coup plotters, and urged solders who are still behind the coup to "surrender."
Burundi plunged into chaos on Wednesday as the Burundi presidency said an attempted coup attempt had "failed," following an army general's claim that the president had been sacked and a transitional government was being discussed.
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