The gunmen attacked a hotel and a cafe in Ouagadougou, the capital of the West African nation. The foreign minister says people have died. Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb has claimed responsibility.
Thousands of protesters in Burkina Faso broke through police lines and surged into the country’s parliament, setting the building on fire ahead of a vote that would have allowed the country’s president to extend his 27-year rule of the West African country.
Hours after New York’s governor announced a quarantine policy that was based on home stays, rather than confinement in a medical facility, the New Jersey Governor’s Office has released a statement saying its policy is similar.