Demonstrators chant support for Moscow, demand France exit the West African country and warn regional bloc ECOWAS against "meddling".
Burkina Faso's new self-declared military leader Captain Ibrahim Traore has accepted a conditional resignation offered by Paul-Henri Damiba to avoid further violence.
Military leader Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba, who was ousted less than nine months after he'd mounted a coup himself in the West African country, calls on his army rivals "to come to their senses."
The seizure of power by some military leaders on Friday marked Burkina Faso's second coup this year.
Major regional groups have called upon the new military leadership to ensure that the constitution is restored by July 2024.
More than a dozen members of Burkina Faso's army seize control of state TV, declaring the country's coup leader-turned-president Paul Henri Sandaogo Damiba, has been overthrown.
Several main roads in the capital Ouagadougou have been blocked by troops, with state television broadcasting a blank screen.
Convoy carrying supplies to local residents escorted by a military unit "was the target of a terrorist attack" near Gaskinde in the Sahel region, an army statement said.
Head of the transitional military government takes over Defence Ministry’s responsibilities.
The coalition, known as the Platform, said several hundred militants attacked its fighters and forced them to retreat near Talataye in the Gao region — long a hotspot for violence.
A vehicle heading to the nation's capital hit an improvised explosive device, killing at least 35 people and wounding another 37, the military government said.
The last soldiers belonging to France's Barkhane operation in Mali left the African country after nearly a decade, following President Macron's decision to pull out.
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