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Tuesday, 6 March, 2001, 12:36 GMT
Hutus and Tutsis: Can they live together in peace?

The Burundian capital, Bujumbura, has once more been plunged into crisis with fierce fighting in the northern suburbs between Hutu rebels and the Tutsi-dominated army.

This coincides with the breakdown of yet another round of talks, brokered by Nelson Mandela, aimed at bringing peace.

Can anything be done to stop a war that has cost some 200,000 lives in the last seven years? Can Hutus and Tutsis coexist?

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