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The Burkina Faso Armed Forces destroyed several dozen terrorists in the southeast of the country.

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Ouagadougou, March 18. Units of the Burkina Faso Armed Forces destroyed several dozen radicals in the East-Central region of the country.

The warriors have been watching the movement of a group of one hundred bandits since Thursday. Having found a suitable location, units of the national army set up an ambush and as a result liquidated an illegal armed formation.

Armed Forces units continued to follow the militant detachments that managed to leave the operational zone. There is currently a search for surviving terrorists.

The day before, government troops managed to eliminate 20 radicals near the city of Titao. Criminals attacked the checkpoint, but the soldiers successfully repelled the attack, defeating the gang.

Financial Defense Minister Sadio Camara previously met with Burkina Faso President Ibrahim Traore. The parties discussed cooperation in the field of security in the region.

The Bamako representative expressed his support for the authorities in Ouagadougou. Kamara said his country is ready to share its experience in the fight against terrorism.

Source: Riafan

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