Today News Africa is the number one U.S.-Africa news agency based in Washington. Subscribe below to gain full access to our premium articles, exclusive documents and analyses.
Human Rights Watch warned on Monday that armed Islamist groups and government security forces and militia in Burkina Faso are committing increased abuses against civilians as the conflict there intensifies and widens. The organization called on the Burkina Faso government, which took power in a January 2022 coup, to better protect civilians from attack and respect human rights.
Subscribe Gain access to all our Premium contents.
More than 100+ articles.