Burundi rejects African Union peacekeeping force amid deadly unrest

Men captured by security forces in Burundi

Men captured by the security forces, who were said by them to have been involved in Friday's attacks on military targets but which could not be independently verified, are paraded during a press conference at the country's intelligence service headquarters in the capital Bujumbura, Burundi, Saturday, Dec.

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12, 2015. (AP/Melanie Gouby)



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