Since the 1990s, South Ossetia has sporadically erupted into multiple deadly conflicts. Three people affected by these conflicts recount their experiences.
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The humanitarian outlook for Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in West Africa, is marked by the growing intensity of armed violence across the Sahel region. The presence of armed groups is increasingly felt, and international forces maintain a strong deployment: the French military with Operation Barkhane, UN peacekeepers with MINUSMA, and a regional response of Sahel countries – the G5 Sahel. In Burkina Faso, recent surges in violence have caused a humanitarian crisis that worsens as the months go by.