Political instability in Burkina Faso, some soldiers rioting crowds attack ruling party headquarters

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[Ouagadougou, 23rd Reuters] --On the 23rd, in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso in western Africa, some military soldiers rioted to improve treatment, and the ruling party headquarters led by President Cabole was attacked by the crowd. It is destabilizing. The government called on the people to stay calm and denied rumors spread on social media that the military had taken power or that Mr. Cabore was detained.
4 months ago·Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

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Political instability in Burkina Faso, some soldiers rioting crowds attack ruling party headquarters

[Ouagadougou, 23rd Reuters] --On the 23rd, in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso in western Africa, some military soldiers rioted to improve treatment, and the ruling party headquarters led by President Cabole was attacked by the crowd. It is destabilizing. The government called on the people to stay calm and denied rumors spread on social media that the military had taken power or that Mr. Cabore was detained. A curfew was issued on the 2…

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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