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we don't trust the government we will protect ourselves during the night with the ones who make the laws not the government and no no enforcement can come in here , sporadic gunfire and explosions have become a feature of life that night Burundi capital , for example presidential office so it was a lot of this was about a thousand five hundred meters , the room he emerged from an ethnically field civil war only a decade ago , and two decades ago genocide tore apart neighboring Rwanda now rival groups in Burundi a largely divided by political loyalties , but battle lines could change , if the street the more awash with weapons and armed groups