Qalalaase xoog leh oo wali ka taagay dalka Burkina Faso

by admin | Friday, Sep 18, 2015
Members of the presidential guard look for protesters in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, September 17, 2015. Leaders of a coup in Burkina Faso have named Gilbert Diendere, a general in the elite presidential guard, to head a transitional council, the soldiers said in a statement broadcast on state-run television on Thursday. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Members of the presidential guard look for protesters in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, September 17, 2015. Leaders of a coup in Burkina Faso have named Gilbert Diendere, a general in the elite presidential guard, to head a transitional council, the soldiers said in a statement broadcast on state-run television on Thursday. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Burkina Faso : HN :–Magaalada  Ouagadougou ee Dalka Burkina Faso waxaa ka taagan khalalaase siyaasadeed oo ka dhashay afgambi ay dalkaasi kaga dhawaaqeen saraakiil katirsanaa ilaalada Madaxtooyada Dalkaasi.

Dadka careysan oo ka soo horjeeda afgambiga dalkaasi ka dhacay ayaa dibad baxyo waxa ay ka dhigeen agagaarka Madaxtooyada Dalka Burkina Faso, waxaana ciidamada ilaalada ka haya Madaxtooyada ee afgambiga sameeyay ay rasaas ku fureen dadka dibad baxa dhigayay.

Inta la xaqiijiyay hal qof ayaa ku dhintay rabshadaha ka taagan dalka Burkina Faso, waxaa sidoo kale jira dad badan oo ku dhaawacmay rabshadaha, waxaana jira cabsi laga qabo in ay sii socdaan rabshadaha dalkaasi ka bilowday.

Burkina Faso protestors shout out as they take to the streets in the city of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.  While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

Burkina Faso protestors shout out as they take to the streets in the city of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

Militariga Burkina Faso ayaa sheegay Khamiistii inay kala direen dowladdii uu soo dhisay madaxweynihi KMG ahaa ee dalkaasi Mr. Michel Kafando , ayna awoodda ku qabsadeen afgembi aan dhiig ku daadan,wax ka yar bil xilli la rajeynayay inay ka dhacaan dalkaasi doorasho qorshaheedu ahaa in lagu soo celiyo dmuqraaddiyaddii waddanka ku yaalla galbeedka Afrika.

Members of the presidential guard look for protesters in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, September 17, 2015. Leaders of a coup in Burkina Faso have named Gilbert Diendere, a general in the elite presidential guard, to head a transitional council, the soldiers said in a statement broadcast on state-run television on Thursday. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Members of the presidential guard look for protesters in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, September 17, 2015. Leaders of a coup in Burkina Faso have named Gilbert Diendere, a general in the elite presidential guard, to head a transitional council, the soldiers said in a statement broadcast on state-run television on Thursday. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Saraakiisha  afgambiga sameeysay ee Burkino Faso, ayaa u magacaabay Jeneraal Gilbert Diendere oo ka mid ahaa ciidamadii madaxtooyada in uu madax u noqdo gole KMG ah, sida ay xubnahaasi ku sheegeen war ay soo saareen, oo laga sii daayay Telefeshanka afka dowlada ku hadlay Khamiisti.

A young boy carrying a wooden stick  as tiers burn, in background, as he and others protest against a recent coup in the street of Ouagadougou,  Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.  While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

A young boy carrying a wooden stick as tiers burn, in background, as he and others protest against a recent coup in the street of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

People protesting against a recent coup in the street among the burnt out remains of  tires  in the city of Ouagadougou,  Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.  While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

People protesting against a recent coup in the street among the burnt out remains of tires in the city of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. While gunfire rang out in the streets, Burkina Faso’s military took to the airwaves Thursday to declare it now controls the West African country, confirming that a coup had taken place just weeks before elections. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut)

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