Burkina Faso Begins Counting Ballots in Presidential VoteBy and
EU observers say election wasn't marred by any incidents
Vote key to restoring investor confidence after 2014 revolt
Burkina Faso voted Sunday in the first election since mass protests last year forced Blaise Compaore to step down as president after ruling Africa’s fourth-biggest gold producer for almost three decades.
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