Former Burkina Leader's Wife Urges France to Investigate His Death

The wife of former Burkina Faso president Thomas Sankara demanded on Wednesday that France reveal secret documents about his death and investigate its circumstances.
Sankara's remains were dug up in May to shed light on questions surrounding his death that have dogged the West African nation since 1987. His family says the big question is whether the body that was buried was Sankara's.
Relatives have pressed for years for tests to be done on the body - buried in an unmarked grave in a cemetery in the capital. Sankaraa was killed in a coup that brought his former ally Blaise Compaore to power.