Dozens killed & injured in attack on Canadian gold miner convoy in Burkina Faso | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Dozens killed & injured in attack on Canadian gold miner convoy in Burkina Faso

A convoy of buses carrying employees and contractors of a Canadian gold mining firm and its military escort fell victim to an armed ambush in eastern Burkina Faso, leaving upwards of 37 dead and 60 injured, some reports say.
The SEMAFO convoy was attacked by unidentified gunmen some 40km from one of its mines in the Est region despite an escort by local security forces. The total number of casualties is not yet known, and an official statement from the company only mentions “several fatalities and injuries.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Prayers for those killed and injured, and their families.

But one has to ask, Cui Bono?!? Who benefits?!?

One has to wonder if, after this attack, US military are quietly telling the government of Burkina Faso, that they "really need" American military protection, in order to prevent this from happening again.

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