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'Seventeen dead' in Burkina Faso attack

BBC News Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
The government also says eight were wounded in a "terrorist attack" in Ouagadougou.
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News video: Burkina attack victims included victims from around the world

Burkina attack victims included victims from around the world 00:54

A Burkina Faso prosecutor confirmed the attackers of a restaurant in Ouagadougou who left 18 people dead were young men, and that among the dead were citizens from countries as far afield as Canada, France and Turkey.

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