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July 10, 2015
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Kampala, Uganda
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader...
Burundian Army General Leonard Ngendakumana, who backed a failed coup in May and a deputy to the leader of the aborted uprising, speaks during a Reuters interview in the outskirts of Kampala Uganda, July 9, 2015. Ngendakumana said his group was still working to oust President Pierre Nkurunziza, accusing him of stoking ethnic divisions in a country still trying to recover from civil war. The president, whom Ngendakumana served as a senior intelligence officer in government and during the civil war as a rebel fighter, has plunged Burundi into its deepest political crisis for a decade by seeking a third five-year term. Opponents say the president's re-election bid violates the constitution and a peace deal that in 2005 ended the civil war, which had pitted majority Hutu rebel groups, like the one led by Nkurunziza, against the army, then led by minority Tutsis. REUTERS/James Akena
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