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In pictures: Burundi massacre
Bodies lying on the ground.
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Scores of bodies were left scattered in what the refugees believe was a premeditated attack.
Volunteers collecting bodies.
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Volunteers began the grim task of collecting the bodies which were mutilated by machete-wielding men.
Women watching the body of a dead child.
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Many women and children - all Tutsis - were among those massacred by the rebel Hutus.
Volunteer looking for dead bodies.
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Witnesses described horrific scenes of charred and bloodied corpses.
Man taking valuables from the remains of a house.
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Those surviving tried to rescue what they could.
Refugees weep at the sight of a dead relative.
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About 1,700 refugees were living at the Gatumba camp after fleeing their country in June.
Lone man at the sight of a burned down shelter.
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This man's fate is not unique in the conflict between the Hutu majority and Tutsi minority in Burundi and Rwanda.



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Tutsis massacred in Burundi camp
14 Aug 04  |  Africa



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