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nnnnn , amateur video capturing the chaos in burundi's capital on tuesday , it purports to show police firing shots against the group of protesters , angry crowds back on the streets on tuesday after the constitutional court cleared the way for president p. had an acquittal zines are to run for a third term in office , ok ninety six of the constitution allows any presidential candidate to be elected for two terms by the electorate , so we're asking the burundians two respectively by the constitutional court , the court ruled nakorn zines this first term in office was transitional making it possible for him to stand again , the government urging demonstrates just to accept a decision but opposition parties in protesters have denounced it , at least twelve people have been killed during the weeklong protests according to civil society groups , well more than thirty thousand have fled to neighboring states , the violence has plunged the country into its worst crisis in over two decades , it could also prompt flareups elsewhere in the region with a history of ethnic conflict , nnnnn , fighting erupts into cheese , targets nnnnn