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At least 40 civilians killed by al Qaeda-linked rebels in a Burkina Faso town, U.N. says

  • At least 40 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso by al-Qaida-linked rebels, with the United Nations calling it a war crime.
  • Djibo, a town near Mali's border, has been under blockade for over a year by the rebels, resulting in a struggle to provide essential services.
  • Burkina Faso continues to face jihadi attacks, with half of its territory outside government control and thousands killed and millions displaced.
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