Concerns about the rising insecurity in Burkina have led to many protests
As many as 3,000 people fled to neighboring Dori, where aid agencies are located, a local official said.
The attacks were claimed by Katiba Macina, an Islamist extremist group with ties to the firebrand Muslim preacher Amadou Koufa.
After the jihadists suffered losses in Iraq and Syria, it reorganised itself in Central-Africa – wrote Newsmax.
The attacks on the three military bases took place within a few hours of each other on the 30th of November.
He expressed these hopes to Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako, as well as a number of other bishops from Iraq.
A local official explained that “quite a lot of armed men attacked the village by firing at people".