Laeila Adjovi reports.
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Burkina Faso crisis: Nation Square 'empty' after protests

Burkina Faso's military has said it will install a transitional government, days after it seized power as President Blaise Compaore resigned.

The move came after soldiers had fired shots at the state TV station and barricaded the capital's main square as thousands of protesters demanded the military give up power.

The square where protests took place is now quiet, reports Laeila Adjovi.

  • 03 Nov 2014
  • From the section Africa
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