Burkina junta says ousted president could return to residence of his choice


Ouagadougou (Reuters) – Burkina Faso’s military junta said on Thursday that discussions were under way about allowing President Roch Kabore, who was ousted in a coup on Jan. 24, to return to a residence of his choice.

Kabore is currently under house arrest in a residence in the capital Ouagadougou.

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