(FILES) This handout file picture taken on October 7, 2015 and released a week later by Oxford Committee for Famine Relief shows Burundian refugees walking to Nduta refugee camp in the Kigoma region of northwest Tanzania. / AFP / OXFAM / MARY MNDEME
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At least a dozen people were wounded Monday when attackers hurled grenades in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, the latest in a string of attacks in the troubled central African nation, witnesses said.Three grenades were thrown by men on a motorbike in the symbolic heart of the city, while two other blasts were reported in a northern suburb, according to witnesses and a journalist group, SOS Medias Burundi.Grenade blasts have become commonplace in the city, but it remains unclear who carries out the attacks, which have increased in the past two weeks.
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