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Nairobi - At least six people have died in Burundi in a night of torrential rain and flooding that triggered landslides and caused widespread damage, the government said on Friday."Torrential rains and strong winds struck several provinces last night," the country's first vice president, Gaston Sindimwo, said in reference to Thursday night.
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Despite claims from loyalist forces that they were back in charge, tensions in the city remained high amid fears of a protracted power struggle.
Analysts warned that the longer the crisis continued, the greater the likelihood that the country will be plunged into a civil war, potentially drawing in neighbouring countries, such as Rwanda.
He congratulates the army, the police and the Burundian people,” a message from the presidential office said.
The capital, Bujumbura, was the scene of fierce fighting as loyalist forces battled to retain control of key institutions – particularly the airport and the state television and radio complex – from pro-coup forces.