Burkina Faso

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a desperately poor landlocked country in western Africa

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Australia does not have an embassy or consulate in Burkina Fasso.
De acuerdo a cifras de Transparencia Internacional en 2009, Mexico ocupaba el lugar numero 89 en la lista del indice de Percepcion de Corrupcion; un ano despues descendio para ocupar el sitio 98 junto con Egipto y Burkina Fasso, con una calificacion de 3.
States that took part in today's junior level meeting were Kuwait, Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Egypt, Burkina Fasso and Ghana.
Efforts to resolve the crisis are continuing and last week Mohamed Ibn Chambas, head of the regional grouping Ecowas, met Blaise Compaore, the president of Burkina Fasso, who has been appointed by the body to mediate.
It comprised, among others, Turkey, a seemingly secular member of Nato, and Lebanon, whose head of state is a Christian; non-Islamic India, with a sizable Muslim population, and Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam itself; along with states representing white, black, brown and Oriental folk, stretching from Indonesia to Burkina Fasso, from the Maldives to Brunei, and from Senegal to Palestine.
dollars lying dormant, and tragically unattended, mostly in Burkina Fasso, West Africa, which must have enormous liquidity.
Ademais, O presidente brasileiro foi a paises africanos diversos, como Angola, Burkina Fasso e Africa do Sul, com o objetivo de aprofundar o dialogo politico.
En 2002 comenzo a buscar la forma de salir de su pais, Burkina Fasso, hacia el continente sonado.
Ha dirigido a la seleccion de Costa de Marfil, clasifico a Nigeria para los Juegos Olimpicos de Atlanta, y luego dimitio, y llevo a Burkina Fasso al subcampeonato de la ultima Copa de Africa.
Lest it be thought that the "Soviet model" was the sole cause for economic reversal in the countries mentioned or that they exhaust the list of countries which experimented with non-Western models, there are other interesting examples such as Tanzania, Mauritius, and Burkina Fasso under Sankara.