Kazakhstan ‘foils coup attempt’ ahead of snap presidential polls

Kazakh authorities on Thursday claimed they had prevented a coup attempt by the supporters of an exiled opposition figure as

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Burkina Faso junta front man steps down, flees following coup

Burkina Faso’s junta leader agreed to step down on Sunday, religious and community leaders said, two days after army officers

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Burkina Faso coup: Ousted military leader Damiba ‘resigns’ | Military News

Burkina Faso’s overthrown military chief agreed to step down two days after army officers announced his deposition in the country’s

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Day after coup, gunfire, confusion grips Burkina Faso's capital

Gunfire was heard in Burkina Faso’s capital on Saturday, a day after President Paul-Henri Damiba was declared ousted in the

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Junta announces new leader after military takeover in Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso’s military junta confirmed a second coup on national television late Friday that toppled the now-previous leader in power

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Photos: Thousands continue anti-military coup protests in Sudan | Gallery

Thousands of Sudanese protesters have taken to the streets to demand a return to civilian rule following a military coup

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Myanmar: Increasing evidence of crimes against humanity since coup

The Geneva-based body was briefed by Nicholas Koumjian, Head of the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar (IIMM), who presented its

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Photos: Sporadic clashes as Chile marks coup anniversary | Protests News

Violence broke out after people took to the streets of Chile to commemorate the 49th anniversary of the 1973 coup

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Tunisian opposition to boycott December elections, decry ‘coup’ | News

Opposition accuses President Kais Saied of attempting to return Tunisia to one-man rule. The National Salvation Front, a body representing

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Tunisia’s Ennahdha party forms committee to address recent coup

One of Tunisia’s biggest parties in parliament on Thursday announced the formation of a temporary committee to address the country’s

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