Hutu rebels killed 17 people, including five soldiers, in attacks northwest of the capital, officials and witnesses said Monday. The violence was blamed on the National Liberation Forces, or FNL, the only Hutu rebel group that has refused to hold talks with the government to end the 10-year civil war. Seven civilians were killed when FNL rebels ambushed a minibus traveling near the town of Gihanga, 12 miles northwest of Bujumbura on Monday, said Brig. Gen. Germain Niyoyunguruza, commander of government soldiers in the region. Full Story
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