In 2021, Burkina Faso experienced a record year of conflict and replaced Mali as the epicenter of Sahel terrorism.
At least 70 soldiers have been killed in four days in two different clashes with jihadist groups in northern Burkina Faso.
A jihadist uprising has plagued the country as well as the rest of Africa’s Sahel region since 2015.
In August of last year, two nuns were shot and killed in cold blood by jihadists while driving along South Sudan.
While Burkina Faso was once a nation of religious tolerance, a jihadist uprising has plagued the country since 2015.
Nigerian Christians often live amongst extreme violence.
A Christian orphanage in Plateau State, Nigeria, was attacked and destroyed on the 2nd of August, by jihadist Fulani.