Burundi: Government Blocks WhatsApp And Viber Access

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According to this person from Burundi, the government have blocked WhatsApp and Viber access in the country following violent protests over the country’s President, Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to run for 3rd term in office. Protesters clashed with police today for a third straight day. The government believes protesters use these apps to engage others and convince them to join the fight…

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