Gunmen stormed a naming ceremony and killed eight people in Sandiaba village, central-east province Koulpelogo of Burkina Faso.
State-owned news agency AIB, on Tuesday, reported that the gunmen stormed the village, located about four kilometres from Soudoughin in the province of Koulpelogo, on Monday.
The source said the assailants stormed the naming ceremony in a family and fired into the crowd, killing the eight people.
According to AIB, the security situation remains of great concern in the province of Koulpelogo and many other areas in Burkina Faso, despite actions by security and armed forces.
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