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Burkina Faso

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Camouflaging Burkina Faso’s past

As President Blaise Compaore is granted immunity for previous crimes, Virgil Hawkins looks back at Burkina Faso’s recent turbulent history.

Filed in: Burkina Faso United States

Are ordinary Tuaregs becoming Mali conflict scapegoats?

Nick Harvey and Julien Tremblin look at the plight of Tuareg refugees caught in the crossfire of a conflict that’s as devastating as it is complex.

Filed in: Algeria Burkina Faso Conflict Hunger Mali Mauritania Migration Niger Refugees

Burkina Faso

Until the beginning of this year, the West African nation seemed like an island of calm in a troubled region. Then everything changed…

Filed in: Burkina Faso

The Awakening

There’s revolution in the capital. But will it touch the lives of Memnatu and the villagers of Salmaga, far away? A short story by Chris Brazier, inspired by people he came to know in Burkina Faso in 1985.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Fiction

Tied to the job

Caste still has to shake off its shackles in Africa.

Filed in: Africa Burkina Faso Work

Burkina Faso

Filed in: Burkina Faso

  • May 5, 2000
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Heart And Soul

Filed in: Africa Burkina Faso

  • June 5, 1995
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The Razor's End

Filed in: Burkina Faso Children Women

  • June 5, 1995
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