10-Question Summaries: Burundi

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In 2018, Burundian president Pierre Nkurunziza announced his decision to restore this city as the capital, with Bujumbura remaining as the nation's economic capital.
Burundi is a huge source of this element that gave its name to a U.S. coin.
The Kagera River in Burundi is the most remote headstream of this river.
In 1962, Burundi gained independence from this country that also controlled the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Burundi is home to the Twa and these two ethnic groups that are the source of continued disputes in the nation.
When this animal dies in Burundi, its meat is eaten and its horns are planted; some believe that the act brings them good luck.
Due to limited intake of protein and fat, many Burundians suffer from this type of malnutrition disease (it would be a great Scrabble word if it didn't have two K's).
In 1996, Burundian runner Venuste Niyongabo won the nation's first gold medal in these international games.
In 1994, Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira was killed with the Rwandan president after this vehicle they were traveling in was shot.
From 1922 to 1962, Burundi and this neighbor to the north were part of the same territory.

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