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Children displaced by insecurity in Burkina Faso fall out of education

By France24
10 October 2022   |   1:41 pm
One week after another coup d'état, our correspondents take stock of years of political instability and terrorism in Burkina Faso. International organisations say there are now two million internally displaced people inside the country, and many of them are children. Also in this edition: Lesotho goes to the polls.

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