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    Burundiball is a landlocked hell of Africa countryball in the African Great Lakes region of East Africa (and sometimes Central Africa), neighbored by Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball to the north, Tanzania-icon.png Tanzaniaball to the east and south, and the DR Congo-icon.png Democratic Republic of Congoball to the west. He is a descendant of the Bantu-icon.png Bantuballs. Due to political unrest, overpopulation, high poverty rate, disasters and government unstability, it is currently one of the poorest countries in the world along with DR Congo-icon.png DR Congoball, CAR-icon.png Central African Republicball, Niger-icon.png Nigerball and South Sudan-icon.png South Sudanball.


    History

    Just like its brother Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball, Burundi was an independent kingdom until the beginning of the twentieth century, when German Empire-icon.png Germanyball German East Africa-icon.png colonized both him and Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball. After the First World War and Germany's defeat, the colony was ceded to Belgium-icon.png Belgiumball, creating the colony known as Rwanda-Urundi-icon.png Ruanda-Urundiball.

    After independence from Belgium-icon.png Belgiumball in 1962, it initially had a monarchy, but a series of assassinations, coups, and a general climate of regional instability culminated in the establishment of a republic and one-party state in 1966. Bouts of ethnic cleansing and ultimately two civil wars and genocides during the 1970s and again in the 1990s left the country undeveloped and its population as one of the world's poorest. Additionally, it underwent another coup in 2015. Most of its conflicts largely revolved between the rivaling Hutu and Tutsi populations.

    Since 2015, however, its relations with Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball have been going wrong, as well severely sore relations with the west, which has caused its foreign policy to change drastically. in 2018, Burundi moved to the capital Gitega.

    Relations

    Friends

    • Syria-icon.png Syriaball - Assad Stronk, I support Him and Russiaball.
    • Iran-icon.png Iranball - Burger wants to destabilize both of us. DEATH TO AMERICA!
    • North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball - Kim Jong-un says its nukes can destroy America, whoever their president may be.

    Neutral

    • Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball - My brother. I don't mind he asks that am crazy, yuo arrogant to me sometimes and yuor peaceful kinda, well... half suck too.

    Enemies

    • Israel-icon.png Israelcube - Free Palestine, you Zionist burger puppet!
    • France-icon.png Franceball - You are also bad as you support my opposition.

    Countries voting against condemning Burundi

    Trivia

    • It was Ruled by Germans in 97 Years then Occupied by Belgians in 46 Years.
    • Jogging Was banned in its clay because its planned to be opportunity of Anti-Goverment activities Its banned here i hate Jogging!!
    • they heard about Gustave the man of eating crocodille on its Clay it is over 2,000 pounds and over 20 feet.
    • He is also Most Hungries country in the world Hah Take that losers IM REALLY MOST HUNGER INDEX!!
    • people says that it is called "Hell of Africa" Because it has a Conflict, Coups, and anti Goverment due Nkurunziza rule or Crisis in its clay most its people Escape from its clay yes he learned as a hell.
    • He is also has a Two Capital in its Clay yes Gitegaball (city) and Bujumburaball.
    • cow is Key of thing in its clay it says "Cows are Symbolize good, Happiness, Prosperity" and He Saying welcome says "Amashyo" Translated Kirundi means "i hope you will get many Cows" they Response said "Amashongore" means "i hope you will get a many Female Cows" yes thats thing for saving my lives.
    • He is worst country for Internet Acsses its clay get 3% population has a internet access and most of People in its clay do not have a Internet Access.

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