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nnnnn nnnnn to borrow at least two protesters killed as gunfire erupts again in burundi's capital on thursday , protesters rejecting president in currencies is call for calm , after almost a month of march is on the failed coup attempt the official death toll now stands at more than twenty , some officials fearing it could be double that figure , in currencies other unfazed by the crisis , protesters hold rocks from makeshift barricades and currencies it was filmed playing football with friends on wednesday shortly before making a televised address to the nation , preaching ethnic unity he said the country had learned from past bloodshed of the protesters tell a different story , it is growing at a power struggle could ignite ethnic , country with a long history of civil war and genocide