Burundi’s army said that 79 “enemies” and eight soldiers were killed during the bloodiest day in months of unrest on Friday, which left the streets of the country’s capital Bujumbura strewn with bodies, many bearing gunshot wounds. The violence began with coordinated attacks by unidentified gunmen on three military installations. The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution calling for immediate peace talks between all parties in the country.
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