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Over 60 women kidnapped in Burkina Faso freed : Reports

Moscow: Dozens of girls and women abducted earlier this month in Burkina Faso have been released, the national RTB broadcaster reports.

UN calls for immediate release of 50 women and girls abducted in Burkina Faso

Some 50 women and girls in Burkina Faso who were abducted last week while looking for food must be released immediately, the United Nations said on Tuesday.

Millions at risk in flood-hit Nigeria; relief chief highlights hunger in Burkina Faso

New York: More than 2.8 million people have been impacted by Nigeria’s worst floods in a decade, with 1.3 million displaced and hundreds of lives lost, said the UN chief on Friday, expressing his sadness at the devastation.

Burkina Faso crisis: Military officer removes Lt Col Paul-Henri Damiba

An army captain in Burkina Faso has announced on national television that he has ousted military leader Lt Col Paul-Henri Damiba, triggering yet another moment of tension in the country.

Burkina Faso: Eight shot dead

Ouagadougou/UNI/Xinhua: Gunmen stormed into a ceremony and killed eight people in Sandiaba village in the central-east province of Koulpelogo in Burkina Faso, state-owned news agency AIB reported on Tuesday.

Burkina Faso: UN chief condemns brutal attack that left scores dead

New York: UN Secretary-General António Guterres has strongly condemned a weekend attack in Burkina Faso that left dozens of civilians dead and displaced scores more, his Spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Burkina Faso: Rising displacement adds to Sahel crises

New York: Insecurity in Burkina Faso, particularly in the region bordering Côte d’Ivoire, is pushing more people to seek safety both within and outside the country, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, reported on Friday.

UN envoy on ‘good offices mission’ to Burkina Faso

New York: A UN envoy will travel to Burkina Faso over the weekend on a “good offices mission” in the wake of the military coup last Sunday.

Coup: US govt expresses concern over development in Burkina Faso

Washington: The United States on Tuesday expressed concern over the development in Burkina Faso where a coup was carried out by sections of the armed forces.

Burkina Faso: UN chief condemns deadly attack on northern town, 80 reported dead

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has strongly condemned an armed attack on a convoy near the town of Arbinda, in the north of Burkina Faso, on Wednesday, which has reportedly led to the death of some 80 people.

Burkina Faso: 25 terrorists die during ongoing sweep operations 

Ouagadougou/Xinhua: Burkina Faso's Army said it killed more than 25 terrorists but lost three soldiers and six volunteers during sweep operations from June 7 to 13.

Protection call for Burkina Faso civilians after terror attack leaves 132 dead

New York: Communities in rural Burkina Faso urgently need greater protection from violent extremists, the UN human rights office, OHCHR, insisted on Monday, in response to a deadly assault at the weekend that claimed the lives of at least 132 innocent people.

Burkina Faso village attack: Death toll touches 132

Ouagadougou: The death toll due to the attack by armed men in a village in  northern Burkina Faso has touched 132, media reports said.

Armed attack in Northern Burkina Faso claims 11 lives : Source

Rabat/Sputnik: At least 11 people were killed in an armed attack on a village in northern Burkina Faso, a source familiar with the situation told Sputnik on Saturday.

Malian refugees return to Burkina Faso camp nine months after violent attacks

New York: Scores of Malian refugees in Burkina Faso have returned to a camp in the northeast of the country nine months after armed attacks and threats forced them to flee to a neighbouring town, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, said on Monday.