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Now there's a chance of justice for Thomas Sankara, it's useful to review what got him killed

By Leo Zeilig, Senior Visiting Fellow, University of London
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Earlier this month a court in Burkina Faso’s capital indicted former President Blaise Compaoré for his role in the murder of his comrade, Thomas Sankara, on 15 October 1987.

The military court detailed…

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