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Coup Reversal Restores Calm in Burkina Faso

Life is getting back to normal in Burkina Faso as the country recovers from a week-long political crisis provoked by a coup that was reversed Wednesday. Army tanks and policemen are less visible in the streets of the capital, Ouagadougou, a day after coup leaders from the presidential guard handed power back to the transitional civilian government. Some banks are open for the first time in days, as are shops in the market, which comes as a relief to Ouagadougou residents such as...

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