Burundian refugees in Tanzania worried about the army
Tanzania's government has revoked the refugee status of thousands of Burundians based at the only remaining camp in the country.
The refugees are increasingly getting worried over the deployment of the army around the camp, as they are set to be expelled from the country at the end of the year.
The Tanzanian and the Burundian governments - as well as the UN refugee agency - insist that it is safe for them to return to Burundi, where they fled civil war in the 1990s. The camp, home to more than 36,000 refugees, will be permanently closed in December this year.
The BBC Africa's Hassan Mhelela visited the facility in Kigoma, near the border with Burundi, and sent this report to the BBC Focus on Africa TV programme.