Burundi's state radio was back on air Thursday and still under the control of troops loyal to President Pierre Nkurunziza despite a major attack by pro-coup soldiers, the station's director said.
"We had stopped transmitting during the attack. Now the fighting has stopped we can resume. It is still loyalist soldiers who are in control," Jerome Nzokirantevye said in a broadcast.
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