Tag Archives: Malis

Keïta, Mali’s Deposed Leader, Is Said to Be Hospitalized

Keïta, Mali’s Deposed Leader, Is Said to Be Hospitalized

Keïta, Mali’s Deposed Leader, Is Said to Be Hospitalized Keïta, Mali’s Deposed Leader, Is Said to Be Hospitalized BAMAKO, Mali — Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, the Malian president ousted in a military coup last month, was hospitalized late Tuesday at a private clinic, intensifying fears about the 75-year-old’s health after being detained for 10 days by the junta that seized power. …

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Mali’s Ousted President Is Released From Detention by Coup Leaders

Mali’s Ousted President Is Released From Detention by Coup Leaders

Mali’s Ousted President Is Released From Detention by Coup Leaders Mali’s Ousted President Is Released From Detention by Coup Leaders DAKAR, Senegal — Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, Mali’s ousted president, was released from detention and driven to his home in the West African country’s capital early Thursday, nine days after a military coup brought an end to his seven years in …

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Gunfire Near Mali’s Capital Raises Fears of Mutiny or Coup

Gunfire Near Mali’s Capital Raises Fears of Mutiny or Coup

Gunfire Near Mali’s Capital Raises Fears of Mutiny or Coup Gunfire Near Mali’s Capital Raises Fears of Mutiny or Coup DAKAR, Senegal — Reports of gunfire in a military camp in Mali have raised fears that a mutiny or coup attempt is underway to unseat the West African nation’s president, who has been the subject of a swelling protest movement. …

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Anger at Mali’s President Rises After Security Forces Kill Protesters

Anger at Mali’s President Rises After Security Forces Kill Protesters

Anger at Mali’s President Rises After Security Forces Kill Protesters Anger at Mali’s President Rises After Security Forces Kill Protesters DAKAR, Senegal — When security forces in Mali shot and killed protesters last weekend, they were met with an unexpected response. Instead of being cowed into submission, the demonstrators have become more determined, announcing plans to continue their efforts for …

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