I have now watched the full video. Here is my match summary. I have highlighted the info which was significantly wrong in the FIFA version. Most of the timings are way out, and the 2nd Algerian sub was omitted altogther.
As mentioned above, the TV pictures rarely followed the referee after any incidents, so it is hard to say for sure whether the yellow cards list is complete.
We would need to consult eye witness sources such as local newspapers or journalists who were actually at the game, rather than watching on TV.
12/10/2013, Ouagadougou, Stade du 4-Août, 31000
World Cup Qualifying
BURKINA FASO 3 (11 Jonathan Pitroipa 45+2', 6 Djakaridja Koné 65', 15 Aristide Bancé 86' pen)
ALGERIA 2 (10 Sofiane Feghouli 50', 12 Carl Medjani 69')
Burkina Faso: 1 Daouda Diakité; 5 Mohamed Koffi (10 Bertrand Traoré 78'), 4 Bakary Koné
(4-2-3-1) (2 Steeve Yago 8'), 8 Paul Coulibaly, 17 Jean-Noël Lingani
(12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri 68'); 18 Charles Kaboré [c], 6 Djakaridja Koné;
19 Jonathan Zongo, 11 Jonathan Pitroipa, 22 Préjuce Nakoulma; 15 Aristide Bancé.
Algeria: 23 Raïs M'Bolhi; 22 Mehdi Mostefa, 4 Essaïd Belkalem, 2 Madjid Bougherra [c],
(4-1-4-1) 6 Djamel Mesbah; 12 Carl Medjani; 10 Sofiane Feghouli (14 Foued Kadir 90+3'),
7 Hassan Yebda (17 Adlène Guedioura 68'), 19 Saphir Taïder (8 Medhi Lacen 83'),
15 El-Arbi Hillel Soudani; 13 Islam Slimani.
Referee: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia).
Coaches: Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
Algeria: Vahid Halilhodžić (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Cards: Burkina Faso: 5 Mohamed Koffi [Y 27'].
Algeria: 6 Djamel Mesbah [Y 7'], 4 Essaïd Belkalem [Y 42'],
17 Adlène Guedioura [Y 72'].
Note: Raïs M'Bolhi saved a penalty from Aristide Bancé at 44'.
Anyway, whether or not there were other yellow cards, there are enough errors and omissions there to further lambast FIFA for its inaccurate data.
Given that FIFA came down with such harsh punishment upon teams
such as Cape Verde and Ethiopia for making simple errors such as failing to keep track of yellow cards, it is only fair to recommend that FIFA should sack its data service staff as punishment for their analogous errors. Or at least, to cancel their free tickets to Brazil.