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Hippopotamus, Rusizi, Burundi.




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Supporters of Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza chant slogans after their ruling Conseil National pour la Defense de la Democratie - Forces pour Defense de la Democratie (CNDD-FDD) congress meeting in the capital Bujumbura, April 25, 2015. Burundi's ruling party chose President Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term on Saturday, a move critics say is unconstitutional and may trigger unrest in the east African country. Opposition groups promised protests if Nkurunziza ran, saying it would undermine a peace deal that has kept the country calm for a decade since an ethnically fuelled civil war ended in 2005. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Protesters argue with a riot policeman during clashes against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 27, 2015. Burundi police fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters on Monday in the second day of demonstrations against Nkurunziza's bid for a third term in office, a Reuters witness said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Protestors take to the streets after a weekend long truce, aiming to coalesce different groups of demonstrators.




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Residents participate in street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Riot police detain residents participating in street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against President Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY




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A Burundi military officer holds his position as he guards the venue for the Conseil National pour la Defense de la Democratie - Forces pour Defense de la Democratie (CNDD-FDD) party congress in the capital Bujumbura, April 25, 2015. CNDD-FDD held its party congress to decide whether President Pierre Nkurunziza will seek a third five-year term, a move that the opposition and diplomats worry could spark fresh unrest. Opponents say another term would violate a 10-year limit outlined in the constitution and an agreement that ended a 12-year civil war in 2005. His backers say his first term does not count because he was picked by lawmakers and not voted in. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Riot policemen retreat during clashes with protesters against the Burundi's ruling Conseil National pour la Defense de la Democratie - Forces pour Defense de la Democratie (CNDD-FDD) decision to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office in the capital Bujumbura, April 27, 2015. Police fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters rallying in Burundi's capital on Monday against the president's decision to run for a third term, a move critics say violates the constitution. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya - RTX1AGP2




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Riot police detain a resident participating in street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against President Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Riot police detain a resident participating in street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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A riot policeman runs past a bonfire during street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY




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Riot policemen stand in formation during street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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An auto-rickshaw drives along a street after protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura April 26, 2015. Police in the Burundian capital used water cannon and tear gas on Sunday to disperse protesters demonstrating against President Nkurunziza seeking a third term, witnesses said, after the government banned protests for or against the move. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Riot policemen run as they patrol the streets during protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Protesters demonstrate against the ruling CNDD-FDD party's decision to allow Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in Bujumbura, May 7, 2015. Protesters were back on the streets of Burundi's capital on Thursday and one person was killed after President Pierre Nkurunziza told demonstrators to halt rallies against his third term bid, promising to make it his last if he wins. Opponents say the president, who has been in office since the end of an ethnically fuelled civil war in 2005, is violating the peace deal and constitution by seeking a new five-year term. REUTERS/Jean Pierre Aime Harerimana




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Protesters cheer as members of Burundi's police force are detained by paramilitary officers, accused by civilians for shooting and killing a national military officer, during clashes between protesters and riot police in Burundi's capital Bujumbura April 30, 2015. Tom Malinowski, U.S. assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labour, told Nkurunziza on Thursday that the east African country risks boiling over if it stifles political opposition, as protests against the president entered a fifth day. The Burundi Red Cross said 15 protesters were injured after clashing with the police on Thursday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Riot police detain people participating in street protests against the decision made by Burundi's ruling National Council for the Defence of Democracy-Forces for the Defence of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) party to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in the capital Bujumbura, April 26, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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This handout undated picture released on September 8, 2014 by the Congregation of Missionaries of Mary (Congregazione Missionarie di Maria), shows the Italian nun Lucia Pulici (L), who was killed in Kamenge, a northern district of Bujumbura, with her colleagues Olga Raschietti and Bernadette Boggia, during an attack on September 7, 2014. Three elderly Italian nuns were sexually assaulted and murdered in twin attacks in their convent in the capital of Burundi, police said on September 8 as a hunt was launched for their killers. AFP PHOTO / MISSIONARIE DI MARIA




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Protestors chant anti government slogans during clashes with riot police in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, April 27, 2015. Police fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters rallying in Burundi's capital on Monday against the president's decision to run for a third term, a move critics say violates the constitution. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya




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Protestors flee gunfire from police during clashes in the Cibitoke neighbourhood of Bujumbura, on May 7, 2015.At least one person was killed and several more wounded in Burundi on May 7 in a fresh outbreak of clashes between demonstrators, ruling party militia and police, witnesses said. AFP PHOTO / PHIL MOORE





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