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Burkina Faso Denies Army Takeover After Mutiny


Soldiers have mutinied at several barracks in Burkina Faso to demand the sacking of military chiefs and more resources to fight al-Qaeda and Daesh-linked militants operating across the country. Heavy gunfire rang out for hours from multiple barracks in the capital Ouagadougou and at bases in the northern towns of Kaya and Ouahigouya in the early hours of Sunday. A group of angry demonstrators in Ouagadougou also burned and ransacked the headquarters of President Roch Kabore’s People’s Movement for Progress (MPP) party.  Burkina Faso’s government confirmed gunfire at some military camps but denied reports that the army had seized…

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