Burundi president says a third term would be his last


By Patrick Nduwimana BUJUMBURA (Reuters) – Burundi’s president said on Wednesday that, if elected for a third term in June, it would be his last and he would not run for office again after that, his spokesman said on Wednesday. President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to run for a third term has triggered protests in the past week. Protesters say the constitution limits the president to two terms he has served. The constitutional court ruled his first term did not count because he was picked by lawmakers not elected by a vote. But the opposition say the court is biased and have vowed to keep protesting until he…

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James River Group Holdings Reports First Quarter Net Operating Income of $11.7 Million or $0.40 Per Diluted Share

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