10-Question Summaries: Burkina Faso

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Burkina Faso uses the West African type of this currency, which is shared with seven other African nations.
Burkina Faso's official language is this (the national soccer team's nickname is 'les étalons'), although Mossi and Dyula are also widely spoken.
Burkina Faso is one of Africa's top producers of this metal; unfortunately, recent terrorist attacks have occurred in the mines.
This demonym refers to either a resident of Burkina Faso or something related to the nation.
One of Burkina Faso's 13 administrative regions is called this, named after the region between the Sahara and the savanna.
More than 60 percent of the nation adheres to this religion; however, many people there also practice Christianity or indigenous beliefs.
Sadly, Burkina Faso's history has been plagued with several of these power seizures, the most recent one occurring in 2015.
This capital of Burkina Faso literally means 'You are welcome here at home with us.'
Before Burkina Faso gained its independence in 1960, it was known by this name.
During Thomas Sankara's rule of Burkina Faso, he established close ties with this Communist nation; as a Marxist revolutionary, he visited Pyongyang several times.

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