Military judges can reissue the warrants and are likely to do so as soon as Monday
President-elect Kabore led former strongman Blaise Compaore's party for over a decade and was seen as his likely heir, but they fell out in 2012.
Burkina Faso votes for new president—for the first time in 50 years, the winner is not known in advance
A year after sending veteran dictator packing, five million voters are Sunday picking a new president for the first time in almost three years.
If the elections are successful, they’ll mark the first democratic handover of power in the history of the “land of incorruptible people”.
UPDATE: Burkina Faso cabinet dissolves powerful guards unit, as its leader admits coup had been a 'mistake'
Soldiers that were in charge of country for just under a week say they want to make sure they and their families are protected.
Under immense pressure and diplomatically isolated, presidential guard ink agreement to stand down, with deposed leader set for Wednesday return.
Loyalist troops entered the capital Ouagadougou without resistance.
UPDATE: AU suspends Burkina Faso over military coup, threatens sanctions if 'kidnapped' leaders not freed
The releases came after members of the junta met African, European, United Nations and US diplomats in the capital, Ouagadougou.
A year after popular uprising, how Burkina Faso's coup became inevitable, leaving West Africa on edge
Burkina Faso is a small, landlocked country with a per capita GDP is just $717, but under Compaore had been a major ‘regulator’ of regional peace
UPDATE: Burkina Faso coup author says election to be held 'later', pledges to release detained leadership
World united in outrage as events a major setback to West African country's bid to move on from former leader Blaise Compaore's ouster.
West African nation in danger, speaker of parliament says as fears of a collapse of order returns.
Ethiopia, Nigeria say today's children will be richer than their parents, Kenya and Tanzania not so sure
In many countries, the young are more optimistic than the old - perhaps because the parents did not end up as successful as they had hoped to be.
The guitar-playing army captain challenged dependence on foreign aid and led agricultural and economic reforms that favoured women and the poor.
Burundi chaos shows anger against long-time Africa rulers, but Big Men are as dead set to fight back – and stay
The ouster of Compaore by protestors in Burkina Faso could turn out to be a fluke. Africa's strongmen are still more likely to win than lose.
TALL ORDER: An extra 450 million jobs need to be created in the next 20 years to match expansion in the number of working-age people in the region.
Palestine's Abbas visits; Algeria kills beheader of French tourist; DR Congo doctor wins top prize; Burkina revolution toll in; and Ebola up in Mali
In South Africa sutent protestors placed severed pig heads in the kosher section of Woolworths stores to protest Israel’s actions in Gaza.
France helps Compaore flee, underscoring its continued Africa influence as Burkina Faso talks strike deal
Regional bloc ECOWAS to hold meeting Thursday as Paris shadow looms large.
Now the fury has passed over, the wreckage the revolution left behind has left some Burkinabe in regret.