Burkina Faso's government says it has fired 136 policemen who were involved in a mutiny last year.
Thursday's statement also said 32 policemen were reprimanded and two got warnings for joining soldiers in the April and May mutinies.
The government also says the policemen looted weapons, food and uniforms from a military camp.
Last year Burkina Faso saw uprisings for months after the death of a student in police custody. The unrest spread across Burkina Faso and soldiers started a mutiny that threatened President Blaise Compaore's rule. Compaore tried to stem the unrest by dissolving the government and removing the country's security chiefs.
The government says 15 people have died in violence since last February.
Team Jeb Hits Back at Trump for Being 'Soft on Crime,' Cites Past Support for Legalizing Drugs | Cortney O'Brien
Sen. Chris Murphy Admits That Gun Control Legislation From Washington Probably Won’t Stop Shootings | Matt Vespa
The Beginning of the End | RedState
Doctors Will Be the Scapegoats in the Coming Obamacare Disaster | Human Events
Father of Murder Victim Will Campaign For Gun Control, After He Buys One - Bearing Arms - Anti-Gun Hysteria
Nick Adams - Not a Single Illegal Immigrant in 7 Months... In Australia
Katie Pavlich - Latest Clinton Email Server Dump Reveals 150 More Documents Flagged For Classified Information
Federal judge: Moral objections enough to override HHS contraception mandate - Hot Air
Boom! James Woods demolishes Hillary's 'for our children' pledge with a 5-word disclaimer