Tensions have, broadly, been building up in Burkina Faso for sometime now, and seem to be gaining impetus in the context of the widespread revolt and protests against authoritarian ... Read more »
East African presidents watching Ugandan protesters clash with security forces over the skyrocketing prices of fuel must have been wary of a spillover as the region battles surging ... Read more »
A mutiny launched by soldiers in Ouagadougou spread to the southern town of Pô despite an overnight curfew by authorities. Read more »
Burkina Faso has become the first country to begin a nationwide campaign to introduce a new vaccine that promises to rid the entire region of the primary cause of epidemic ... Read more »
The Scorpions of Gambia will be without one of their lead strikers as they face Burkina Faso in an Afcon 2012 qualifier this weekend. Read more »
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