During the attack, 17 people were killed and at least another 16 were injured according to the report
Armed Jihadists attacked a village in Niger, near to Bomanga, and threated the habitants with death.
Since 2015, more than one thousand people have been killed and about a million have been displaced in northern Burkina Faso.
Since being launched in northeast Nigeria in 2009, Boko Haram’s insurgency has killed more than 36,000 people.
A local official explained that “quite a lot of armed men attacked the village by firing at people".
" I carry in my heart a wealth of memories made up of questions and absences, such as that of Father Gigi Maccalli"
Some Muslim groups, led by extremist imams, are not abiding by the protection measures.
Christians make up less than two per cent of the population and are particularly at risk in the case of unrest.
Places of worship and schools are closed in Niger.