UN chief ‘outraged’ at killing of over 100 civilians, says spokesperson-World Information , Novi Reporter
The United Nations has expressed its ‘full assist’ to authorities of their efforts to beat threats to the nation’s peace, stability and unity
United Nations: UN chief Antonio Guterres is “outraged” over the bloodbath of civilians in Burkina Faso’s risky north, his spokesperson mentioned Saturday, the deadliest assaults since Islamist violence erupted within the west African nation in 2015.
“The Secretary-Common is outraged by the killing, early at the moment, of over 100 civilians, together with seven youngsters, in an assault by unidentified assailants on a village within the Province of Yagha, within the Sahel Area of Burkina Faso,” Stephane Dujarric mentioned in an announcement.
The nation’s authorities mentioned “terrorists,” a time period for jihadists, killed civilians of all ages and set fireplace to houses and the principle market in a single day close to the borders with Mali and Niger.
An area official instructed AFP dozens have been wounded.
Guterres “strongly condemns the heinous assault and underscores the pressing want for the worldwide group to redouble assist to Member States within the combat towards violent extremism and its unacceptable human toll,” Dujarric mentioned.
The United Nations expressed its “full assist to the authorities of their efforts to beat the threats to the peace, stability and unity of the nation.”
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