Five soldiers died during the attack and a sixth succumbed to his injuries on Sunday
The opposition party says it will head to the country's supreme court to appeal the ruling of the lower court
More than 100,000 Nigerians are estimated to live in South Africa
One vehicle rode over an improvised explosive device (IED) in the Barsalogho area killing 15 people.
The decision came after mobs descending on business hubs and townships in various parts of South Africa
The coup, carried out by troops loyal to ousted President Blaise Compaore, was thwarted by public protest but at the cost of 14 lives
Dawda Jawara, who died aged 95 on Tuesday, was a Glassgow trained veterinary doctor who ruled the country from independence to 1994
The video that went viral on social media in early July 2018 was initially dismissed as "fake news" by the Cameroonian authorities