In Burkina Faso's version of WikiLeaks, enterprising advocates of transparency were selling the secret financial and legal papers of the toppled president's family to anyone with a few francs to spare. The sellers nearly yanked passersby off their motorcycles while shouting "black list!", "the complete files!" in front of their source: the pillaged home of Francois Compaore in the capital Ouagadougou. He is brother to ex-president Blaise Compaore, who was forced out after 27 years in power on October 31 by citizens outraged over his plans to extend his presidency in this poor west African state. "It was all found at Francois' house.
The reception centre of nationals from Niger to be repatriated offers all the conditions of respect of human dignity, said Sunday in Tamanrasset, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Interior of Niger, Adam Ider.
The Guinean legislative elections envisaged on Sunday for the 123 thousand voters in the 18 foreign consulates and on Tuesday for the 5 million voters on the whole national territory could be still put back.
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