A general view shows people walking at the main bus terminus in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, Jan. 29, 2016. REUTERS/Evrard Ngendakumana
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At least one person was killed in a grenade attack on a bar in Burundi on Monday night, witnesses said, in more violence since the African Union backed away from sending in peacekeepers without the government's consent.Police spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye confirmed two grenades were detonated and eight people were wounded.African leaders, who met in Addis Ababa at the weekend, agreed to send a team to try to persuade Nkurunziza to accept a 5,000-strong force after he rejected the plan and said any such force would be treated as an invasion.
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