At least 34 bodies have been found in Burundi's capital after the worst night of violence in recent times. Most of the bodies were found on the streets of Bujumbura and they appeared to be young men killed by gunfire, some with their hands tied behind their backs.
The bodies were found, a day after attacks on military sites. The residents accuse police of taking revenge.
According to the Army, at least 87 people were killed in Friday's fighting, eight of them from the security forces.
Bodies on the streets are almost a daily occurrence in Bujumbura since the attempt to overthrow President Pierre Nkurunziza following his decision to seek a third term in office, which he won in a disputed election in July. But this is by far the largest number of deaths in one night.
The largest number of bodies found on Saturday were in Bujumbura's Nyakabiga district, a focus of anti-government protests. Others were discovered in the Southern neighbourhood of Musaga. There are reports of more bodies in other parts of the city.
By Kindness Okoli