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Burkina Faso shooting kills 38 people

Unidentified gunmen attacked a mining company convoy Semafo

Unidentified gunmen have attacked a convoy transporting workers of Canadian gold mining company Semafo in eastern Burkina Faso. At least 38 people have been killed, and 60 more were wounded. The BBC's Louise Dewast brings us the latest.

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