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the government of burundi has told the protesters that they be treated as if their supporters of the military coup in a bid to try and try some back to their homes , the protesters have responded swiftly , and today accounts on the streets , demanding that the president and his bid for a third term in office , but your bora nnnnn the numbers of the protesters has been dwindling that , over this period of three weeks or so since they began , thousands of often dwindled to schools and dozens , police have been seen firing shots towards them , i'm process to say they've been hit by live rounds , in a press conference , he didn't discuss the clue it and discuss the protesters , but in his latest move he assigned his defense minister and other ministers a move that analysts say , suggest that he is concerned about splits in his ranks , as a way of driving them home , they say the group has been arms , it is a charge the government denies , but it is raising tensions in this country where ethnic conflicts , tore the country apart in the civil war that ended ten years ago the warriors that his lungs unrest continues , the threat of a return to the , ethnic bloodshed rises