The government of Burundi said Saturday it will not cooperate with a UN commission of inquiry formed to investigate human rights abuses in the East African country.
Thousands of government supporters Saturday protested against a United Nations report that warned of an impending genocide in the troubled East African nation of Burundi.
A Burundian human rights group said Wednesday it had identified the locations of 14 mass graves around the country.
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Bujumbara on Saturday to protest the deployment of a UN police force to Burundi amid demonstrators' fears for the country's sovereignty.
There is strong evidence that dozens of people have been buried in mass graves in and near the Burundian capital, Amnesty International said Friday.