September 27, 2022

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French drone shot down by 13-year-old

AA / Tunis

Media reports suggest that a 13-year-old man shot down a French drone using his slingshot in Burkina Faso amid protests against a tri-force convoy passing through Ivory Coast to Niger via “upright land”. Men “.

Facts Last Saturday, a French military drone flew over a crowd in Gaya, north-central Burkina Faso, to prevent a French convoy from passing.

Alio S., 13, now known as the “new David” or “sniper n ° 1”, was considered a true hero by his fellow citizens, carrying him on his shoulders, according to the Le Monde newspaper. Snowfall in the media.

The unfortunate drone was torn to pieces by angry protesters who saw the French presence in Sahel, and the French army retreated towards Ouagadougou due to blockades set up by other protesters, never reaching it.

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According to an official statement on Tuesday, the Burkina Faso government has cut off mobile internet for 96 hours since Saturday for security reasons.

The motorcade’s aide had to resort to warning shots, causing some injuries in the traffic jam, and France expressed interest in President Cabore’s intervention to prevent the situation.

“We have told President Gabor to help resolve the situation in Kaya,” French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Trian told the RTL-Le Figaro-LCI Grand Jury on Sunday.

According to the latest reports, a convoy of 60 trucks has been blocked off 30 km from Ouagadougou, and talks between peace and unarmed protesters are pending.


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