By Patrick Nduwimana BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Police on Monday fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters rallying in Burundi's capital to oppose President Pierre Nkurunziza's plan to run for a third term, a move they saw as a violation of the peace deal that ended a civil war 10 years ago. Nkurunziza's spokesman called the protests an "insurrection" and said the opposition was trying to take Burundi back to 1993, when the war broke out. "The fight continues," people chanted as crowds gathered in in several parts of Bujumbura for a second day of protests.
KRASNYI PARTYZAN, Ukraine (AP) — A bruised rebel fighter in battle fatigues is tied to a traffic pole, avoiding glances as a crude message hung about his neck flutters in the wind: "I am a marauder. I beat up and robbed my countrymen."