Protests against French President Emmanuel Macron's plan to reform the pension system gathered momentum on Tuesday, with more than 1.27 million people in the streets.
The nationwide strikes and protests are a crucial test both for President Emmanuel Macron’s government and its opponents.
The attacks mark a further escalation in an insurgency that has beset Burkina Faso, one of the world's poorest and most troubled countries, for more than seven years.
President Emmanuel Macron wants to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64, which has proven unpopular with French workers.
Workers from various sectors such as transportation, energy, and education are set to hold demonstrations at 240 different locations across France.
In a new world order, nations in the second-most populous continent are no longer willing to remain vassals of Elysee Palace.
Türkiye believes international politics should be built on honesty, Erdogan says, adding "where there is no honesty, there is no dignity".
Burkinabes celebrate announcement of French troop withdrawal and "complete liberation of our country from the yolks of Francafrique, imperialism and deadly capitalism."
France's largest union CGT suggests cutting gas and electricity in towns of elected representatives who support the reform proposal.
The development comes a day after Paris announced it would withdraw its troops from the African country.
A survey carried out by an equality watchdog finds that France is still 'very sexist' and women report widespread violence.
Military government's demand comes a day after hundreds of protesters in capital Ouagadougou chanted anti-France slogans and called on French army to leave.
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