What to remember from the African news of the week of November 21

Published on : 25/11/2022 – 17:00Modified : 26/11/2022 – 09:17 On a state visit to Londonthe South African president on Tuesday urged rich countries to help vulnerable countries in the face of climate change, in the wake ofa mixed deal reached at COP27. In front of British MPs, Cyril Ramaphosa also mentioned the problem of … Read more

The French Embassy on the alert

AA/Ouagadougou/Dramane Traoré Fearing a new demonstration next Friday against the French Embassy in Burkina Faso, French Ambassador Luc Hallade asked embassy employees to stay at home and favor teleworking, adding that French schools in Burkina Faso will be closed on Friday. “In application of a precautionary principle, non-essential agents (outside the crisis organization chart) are … Read more

France does not rule out a withdrawal of its special forces from Burkina Faso

Published on : 21/11/2022 – 22:17 In an interview at Sunday newspaper, the Minister of the Armed Forces, Sébastien Lecornu, did not rule out the departure of French special forces based in Burkina Faso. The French contingent based on the outskirts of Ouagadougou has played a key role in the fight against terrorism in the … Read more

France does not rule out a withdrawal of its special forces from Burkina Faso

Published on : 21/11/2022 – 22:17 In an interview at Sunday newspaper, the Minister of the Armed Forces, Sébastien Lecornu, did not rule out the departure of French special forces based in Burkina Faso. The French contingent based on the outskirts of Ouagadougou has played a key role in the fight against terrorism in the … Read more

to face the terrorist threat, the army is recruiting 50,000 volunteers

Published on : 27/10/2022 – 06:47 The Burkinabè armed forces are launching popular mobilization to deal with armed terrorist groups. Recruitment of 35,000 volunteers on behalf of the country’s municipalities and 15,000 volunteers for the patriotic watch and defense brigade is underway. Volunteers who will be trained and put to use in the fight against … Read more