Seven Burkina Faso players failed to secure UK entry visas, forcing Monday's football match in London to be cancelled.
by Mohammed Vall
Weather11 May 2016 12:21 GMT
An intense dry season across the Sahel region leads to severe heat, causing water and power cuts for millions.
Arts & Culture13 Mar 2016 11:39 GMT
The frantic music and dancing transform the mask wearer into a spirit which communicates with ancestors.
War & Conflict08 Feb 2016 18:01 GMT
Jocelyn Elliot hopes Dr Ken Elliott, with whom she ran a clinic near Mali border for 40 years, will be released soon.
Burkina Faso07 Feb 2016 05:18 GMT
Release follows mediation efforts and continuing talks to secure release of second hostage, Niger government says.
Human Rights06 Feb 2016 10:45 GMT
Assita Kanko, a politician in Brussels, recalls when she underwent female genital mutilation as a child in Burkina Faso.
War & Conflict24 Jan 2016 07:20 GMT
Ten members of unit loyal to former president Blaise Compaore held as new leader continues to face security challenges.
Africa18 Jan 2016 05:27 GMT
People urged to comply with security measures following 12-hour siege by al-Qaeda fighters which left 28 people dead.
War & Conflict16 Jan 2016 20:49 GMT
At least 27 killed, including four assailants, and 126 freed as standoff ends, but operation continues at nearby hotel.
Africa16 Jan 2016 08:42 GMT
Over 20 killed and 126 hostages freed as security forces raid hotel in Ouagadougou to end the standoff with gunmen.
Blaise Compaore22 Dec 2015 09:18 GMT
Burkina Faso police seek arrest of former leader Compaore over infamous murder of Africa's 'Che Guevara' in 1987.
Climate Change10 Dec 2015 14:26 GMT
Burkina Faso's farmers are turning away from industrial farming and embracing agro-ecological techniques.
Burkina Faso07 Dec 2015 03:07 GMT
General accused of complicity in one of the most high-profile killings in Africa's modern history, Reuters reports.
Earthrise04 Dec 2015 07:28 GMT
Can the solutions for climate change help us fix poverty too?
Politics01 Dec 2015 10:50 GMT
Former PM is second civilian to become president of West African nation after almost three decades of one-man rule.
Politics30 Nov 2015 18:46 GMT
Roch Marc Kabore is winning 54 percent of the vote, while Zephirin Diabre, an ex-finance minister, is trailing with 29.
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