Voters in Burkina Faso cast their ballots on Sunday, in the first presidential and legislative election since a popular uprising toppled the West African nation's longtime leader and launched a turbulent period of transition.
Hundreds of thousands of citizens took to the streets in October 2014, furious over then-President Blaise Compaore's bid to scrap constitutional term limits and stay in office.
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