UN: Burkina Faso facing full-blown humanitarian crisis

Attacks by armed groups and sectarian violence have forced tens of thousands from their homes in the past two months.

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    The United Nations says Burkina Faso is facing a full-blown humanitarian crisis, with almost a million people in need of urgent help.

    Inter-communal violence and attacks by armed groups have forced tens of thousands from their homes in the past few weeks.

    Both civilians and the state have been targeted as Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports.


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