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|BUJUMBURA Air Jordan Retro For Sale Womens , Feb. 4 (Xinhua) -- At least 20 gunmen Tuesday attacked a school at Gasenyi in Buganda, in the province of Cibitoke, 50 km west of the Burundian capital Bujumbura Air Jordan Shoes For Sale Womens , a police official told Xinhua by phone on Wednesday.
"Between 10 and 20 armed bandits attacked the boarding school run by the Adventist Church. During the attack that targeted the boys' dormitory and that lasted few minutes, the bandits stole an unknown amount of money, two mattresses Air Jordan For Sale Womens , clothes and mobile phones, " said Eugene Bizindavyi, Police Commissioner in the province of Cibitoke.
According to Bizindavyi Jordan Retro For Sale Womens , those bandits "did not hurt" any pupil or agent at the school.
He said the attack occurred around midnight local time (22:00 GMT), adding that the attackers were just "armed bandits."
"Security measures have been taken to prevent other attacks in schools in the province of Cibitoke," Bizindavyi said.
On the eve of the New Year of 2015 Jordan Shoes For Sale Womens , more than 100 gunmen from the Democratic Republic of Congo's territory made an incursion into the province of Cibitoke via the commune of Murwi and fought for four days against the Burundian army.
During those clashes, Burundi Army Spokesman Colonel Gaspard Baratuza said that 95 gunmen, two soldiers and two civilians were killed.
UNITED NATIONS， Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- Jose Graziano da Silva， director-general of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)， on Monday underlined the need to address the root cause of the "distress migration，" which includes the large movement of refugees and migrants.
"A necessary first step is to address the factors that lead to distress migration，" the FAO chief said while speaking at the high-level UN meeting on refugees and migrants."We must create the opportunities for rural people in developing countries to stay in their home."
Acknowledging that the solution ultimately requires a collective effort， he said that investing in sustainable agriculture and rural development is an integral part of any solution.
Large-scale cross-border movements over recent years have sparked tensions in some countries， placing migration high on the diplomatic agenda and front and center at talks this week at UN Headquarters in New York.
While migration has throughout history been a driver for development， the cost becomes too high when people find that leaving their homes is their only alternative， Graziano da Silva said.
"Migration should be an act of choice， and not a desperate last resort，" Graziano da Silva said.
STARTING FROM RURAL AREAS
A starting point for effective action is rural areas in developing countries， where more than 75 percent of the world's poor and food insecure live.
Such people are highly vulnerable to conflict， persecution， poverty， lack of employment， inequality， environmental degradation and climate change， each and all of which can "quickly chip away at their capacity to provide a decent life for their families，" Graziano da Silva said.
FAO promotes measures aimed at building resilience and fostering development in countries where many of today's migrants originate.
Ensuring adequate access to land and water， empowering women， and promoting financial inclusion to boosting family farming， paying special attention to rural youth's needs and prospects， and strengthening social protection schemes that can serve as buffers against shocks are among FAO's key priorities.
RISE IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS
There were an estimated 244 million international migrants in the world in 2015， a 40 percent increase since 2000. At the same time， internal migration flows are even larger， involving an estimated 740 million people in 2013.
Forcibly displaced persons number roughly 65 million， more than a third of whom are refugees or asylum seekers.
More than half of all rural households in many African countries report having at least one member who has migrated away.
While refugees from conflict situations are often highly visible， 87 percent of people in conflict zones do not flee their homes despite facing severe food insecurity.
Almost all of those that do end up in developing regions， with the largest host countries being Turkey， Pakistan， Lebanon， the Islamic Republic of Iran， Ethiopia and Jordan.
STOCKHOLM Air Jordan Retro For Sale Websites , Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- The Swedish government plans to invest 750 million Swedish krona (94 million U.S. dollars) next year to make Sweden a safer place, according to an announcement on Tuesday.
"Sweden should be a country where everyone can be safe, regardless of where they live Air Jordan Shoes For Sale Websites ," Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said in a statement published on the government's website.
The statement outlined investments from within the new budget proposition, which is based on an agreement between the center-left coalition government and the Left Party.
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In addition to the police budget boost, the government is also investing around 750 million Swedish krona next year in strengthening the judicial system and in increasing public safety.
The government is also boosting efforts to fight violent extremism by spending 100 million Swedish krona in directed efforts. In addition Jordan Retro For Sale Websites , on Jan. 1 2018, it is setting up a new national center against violent extremism.
"The new center's stated ambition is to support local actors," said Minister for Justice and Home Affairs Morgan Johansson. According to the budget proposition Jordan Shoes For Sale Websites , the Swedish Migration Agency will also receive additional funds to help efforts to repatriate failed asylum seekers.
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