A statement read by a junta spokesman said Capt. Ibrahim Traore is the new military leader of Burkina Faso, a volatile West African country that is battling a mounting Islamic insurgency.
“What was a wave of hunger is now a tsunami of hunger,” the United Nations food chief said.
It's unclear how many people were hurt, but local broadcaster KTN reported hundreds at a Red Cross tent.
Dean died at a hospital in New York from a sudden unexpected illness.
"We’ve just got to go out there and respond the way we need to," All Blacks coach Ian Foster said.
One of cricket's most respected umpires, he was famous for his unique method of giving a batter out.
The two patients in the southern Ashanti region both had symptoms including diarrhoea, fever, nausea and vomiting, before dying in hospital, the statement said.
Riaan Naude, the head of a hunting company, was found dead next to his vehicle.
Children are thought to be among the many dead.
In a statement on Saturday, WHO said it's working to better understand the extent and cause of the outbreak.
The disease is surging overseas, just as vaccination rates in Aotearoa drop.
South Africa Rugby revealed the All Blacks will play the Springboks twice in South Africa in August.
Dr Angelique Coetzee says the Covid-19 variant needs to be taken seriously.
"The man is doing well considering the circumstances and has been taken to a hospital," the police said.
The prime minister warned that the ongoing political stalemate since the military takeover could become a full-blown crisis and damage the country’s already battered economy.
A 51-year-old man was detained as the fire continued to tear through the 138-year-old building.
Tributes from around the world are being paid to the South African activist, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Scientists around the world are watching case counts and hospitalisation rates.
The Prime Minister says further research will determine what the Covid-19 variant means in "practical terms".
Only New Zealand citizens will be able to enter Aotearoa from those countries from 11.59pm on Sunday, November 28.