Burkina Faso on The Brink of Political Crisis Ahead of Presidential Election
Less than a year ago, Burkina Faso's president of 27 years was forced to resign, a transitional government has been in charge, and now presidential elections may be delayed
Civilian Rule Restored in Burkina Faso as Former UN Ambassador is Named Interim President
The retired diplomat's nomination was announced just a few hours before officials signed a transition charter to guide the country towards elections scheduled for 2015.
'People Don't Trust Him': Uncertainty Surrounds Colonel in Control of Burkina Faso
Military officer Isaac Zida has emerged from the shadows to declare himself interim head of state amid ongoing protests in Burkina Faso.
Egypt's Foreign Aid Isn't Going Anywhere Fast
Even if the West pull out, Saudi Arabia will fill in the gaps.