The Moroccans booked an 18th appearance after Group E rivals Burundi and the Central African Republic drew 2-2 in Bujumbura, where the visitors surrendered a two-goal matchday 5 lead.
The Burundi Football Federation (BFF) are ready to restart their league and cup competitions after the 20 May elections
Burundi are to continue playing league football despite the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, its football federation decided on Sunday after a meeting of its clubs.
India ranks behind most of SAARC nations at 133 in UN happiness report; Finland happiest, Burundi most discontent country
Finland is the world's happiest country while troubled Burundi is the most discontent, according to a new UN report released on Wednesday.
After 1960, where no less than 17 African nations declared independence, the continent has seen a large number of dictatorships who have depended on the military.
IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: South Africa's Caster Semenya strides smoothly into 800m final
South Africa's double Olympic champion Caster Semenya progressed without problem to the final of the women's 800m after coasting to victory in the semi-final at the IAAF World Championships on Friday.
Gambia has announced its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, accusing the Hague-based tribunal of the "persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans".
South Africa announced Friday that it would withdraw from the International Criminal Court, dealing a major blow to a troubled institution set up to try the world's worst crimes.
A passenger bus crashed on Saturday evening, killing 18 passengers and injuring 55 others at Benga in Bujumbura Rural province
Two soldiers were among the injured as well as civilians after the series of explosions in outlying parts of Burundi's capital Bujumbura.
Burundi is rushing towards civil war and risks Rwanda-style "atrocity crimes", the United Nations human rights chief and experts warned Thursday, urging immediate international action to ward off catastrophe.
hree candidates, including two former presidents, announced their withdrawal from Burundi's upcoming presidential race, predicting the contest in this restive African nation will not be free and fair.
Two protesters opposed to a controversial bid by Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third term were wounded Thursday when police opened fire at a demonstration in the capital, witnesses said.
Burundi's president skipped regional talks on Monday aimed at brokering a deal to end weeks of unrest in the country, choosing instead to campaign for his controversial third term
East African leaders are to meet on Monday in the latest bid to resolve the political crisis in Burundi, after controversial elections were internationally condemned for not being free and fair.
Burundi election officials finished vote-counting on Tuesday, a day after internationally condemned polls boycotted by the opposition, with the ruling party expected to win a sweeping victory.
Thousands of Burundi activists mourned a murdered opposition leader at his funeral on Sunday, vowing to intensify their protests against a bid by the president of the central African nation to seek a third consecutive term.
Burundi's defence minister has called for army unity after a failed coup against President Pierre Nkurunziza and demanded soldiers hiding "rejoin their units."
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza announced on Monday a partial cabinet reshuffle in addition to firing the ministers of Defence, foreign affairs and trade, replacing them with trusted figures after a failed coup attempt on May 13.