Burkina Faso prime minister revolted by extremist attacks

  • Damage to the General Staff of the Armed Forces building following Friday’s gun and explosives attack in central Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Saturday March 3, 2018. The markets returned to near normal Saturday, after Islamic extremists struck the French Embassy and army headquarters Friday in simultaneous attacks of gunfire and explosives, killing eight people and wounding more than 80 others. (AP Photo/ Ludivine Laniepce)

OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso — Burkina Faso’s prime minister said Saturday he is revolted by the Islamic extremist attacks that killed at least eight people in the capital, and said the government and people must remain vigilant against such violence.