Two days after mass protests forced the president to resign, the people of Burkina Faso returned to the streets on Sunday, this time to denounce a military “coup” in their country.
Demonstrators demanding civilian rule gathered in the capital Ouagadougou to accuse the army of hijacking their revolution.
Shots were heard at state TV headquarters as security forces moved in to clear an opposition leader and her supporters and assert their authority.
“The army should leave the public stage immed…
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