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nmda brindes at boiling point that's the stark warning from the u. s. the east african countries willing after days of violent clashes with at least fifteen injured on thursday alone one soldier was also killed a senior u. s. diplomats urged president piano currencies are not to let the situation spiral out of control i left the president with the thought that , this country with it's very complicated and difficult history , is , like a boiling pot and that if you try to put a lid on that part , it doesn't stop boiling , the unrest began often occurrence easier said he wanted a third term in office , but that protest to say goes against the country's constitution more seriously it risks jeopardizing a two thousand five peace deal that ended the country's bloody civil war those on the streets saner currencies unease to step aside there were other presidents before him we don't want any violence we want peace , if he doesn't agree will continue like this he can kill two or three of us but others will be born through andy goes to the polls on june the twenty six , if a little opposition isn't allowed to diplomats say it will be hard to restore peace nnnnn