Shooting, road closures and TV broadcasting stop, What is happening in Burkina Faso?

Shooting, road closures and TV broadcasting stop, What is happening in Burkina Faso? Media sources and eyewitnesses said that military groups closed the main roads leading to the presidential residence, some administrative buildings, and the national television, which stopped broadcasting, coinciding with hearing the sound of gunfire at dawn today, Friday.  Local media in Burkina Faso reported that a military group cut off some roads in the capital, Ouagadougou, and halted state television broadcasts.  The media added on Friday that the capital witnessed shooting in the morning hours, then a military group closed some of the city's roads and cut off television broadcasts.  Eyewitnesses reported that heavy gunfire was heard coming from the main army camp and some residential areas in the capital of Burkina Faso.  On January 24, the army in Burkina Faso announced the dismissal of President Roch Kabore, the suspension of the constitution, the dismissal of the government, the dissolution of Parliament and the closure of borders.  In his first speech, the military commander, Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba, who declared himself president of Burkina Faso, called on the international community to help his country out of its crisis while pledging to return to normal political life.

Media sources and eyewitnesses said that military groups closed the main roads leading to the presidential residence, some administrative buildings, and the national television, which stopped broadcasting, coinciding with hearing the sound of gunfire at dawn today, Friday.

Local media in Burkina Faso reported that a military group cut off some roads in the capital, Ouagadougou, and halted state television broadcasts.

The media added on Friday that the capital witnessed shooting in the morning hours, then a military group closed some of the city's roads and cut off television broadcasts.

Eyewitnesses reported that heavy gunfire was heard coming from the main army camp and some residential areas in the capital of Burkina Faso.

On January 24, the army in Burkina Faso announced the dismissal of President Roch Kabore, the suspension of the constitution, the dismissal of the government, the dissolution of Parliament and the closure of borders.

In his first speech, the military commander, Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba, who declared himself president of Burkina Faso, called on the international community to help his country out of its crisis while pledging to return to normal political life.
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