Violence hit Burundi's capital again on Thursday and one man in particular narrowly escaped being killed by a mob, and he had to dive into a sewer to survive.
Protesters were angry at attacks by the Imbonerakure, the feared youth wing of the ruling party, on those demonstrating against the decision by Burundi's president to run for a third term. The protesters decided to retaliate.
The crowd walked the streets of a neighborhood, telling people to join the protest or else. Some joined; a few ran away.
They reached the house of a man identified as Jean Claude Niyonzima, and by then they were a mob. They believed him to be a member of the Imbonerakure. What followed next is best told by these pictures:
(All images from AP)