Soldiers declare military junta in control in Burkina Faso

Protestors take to the streets of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou on Jan. 22, 2022, 27, 2021, protesting the government's inability to stop jihadist attacks spreading across the country and calling for President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to resign. (AP Photo/Sophie Garcia) Protestors take to the streets of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou on Jan. 22, 2022, 27, 2021, protesting the government's inability to stop jihadist attacks spreading across the country and calling for President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to resign. (AP Photo/Sophie Garcia)

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