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Army announces regime change in Burkina Faso for second time in less than a year

A faction of the army in Burkina Faso has ousted the military leadership and dissolved the transitional government. The former military leader Paul Henri Damiba who seized power himself in a coup earlier this year has been deposed. The West African country has been plagued by political instability and an armed uprising. Sarah Balter has more. #burkinafaso #coup

Burkina Faso holds election under threat of violence

Burkina Faso holds election under threat of violence

Security concerns in Burkina Faso as voters head to the polls

Security concerns in Burkina Faso as voters head to the polls

Dozens of children in Burkina Faso forced to work

Dozens of children in Burkina Faso forced to work

Burkina Faso locals struggle to survive amid dried up fertile land

Burkina Faso locals struggle to survive amid dried up fertile land

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

UN: 4M Ukrainian children displaced

UN: 4M Ukrainian children displaced

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

Hungary heats up homes with geothermal energy

Hungary heats up homes with geothermal energy

Kremlin says Putin open to talks and diplomacy on Ukraine

Kremlin says Putin open to talks and diplomacy on Ukraine

Ukraine and Russia have exchanged prisoners, yet thousands remain captive

Ukraine and Russia have exchanged prisoners, yet thousands remain captive

UN: Almost 340M people in close to 70 countries will need aid

UN: Almost 340M people in close to 70 countries will need aid

US firm awarded $1.2B to produce weapons for Kiev

US firm awarded $1.2B to produce weapons for Kiev

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