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Opposition Quits Burundi Peace Talks After a Party Leader is Murdered

Burundi's opposition said it is quitting U.N.-sponsored peace talks with the government after one of its leaders was gunned down in a drive-by shooting. Zedi Feruzi of the Union for Peace and Development party was buried Sunday, a day after he and a bodyguard were shot to death in the capital, Bujumbura. Thousands of opposition members accompanied his coffin thorough the downtown streets to a Muslim cemetery. Another opposition leader, Frederick Bamvuginyumvira, bitterly said...

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