Renegade soldiers seize power in Mali
Security forces stand in front of relatives and supporters of soldiers fighting rebels Tuareg in the north in Bamako on February 2 -- Renegade Malian soldiers declared Thursday that they have seized power in the nation and dissolved public institutions because of the government's handling of an insurgency in the north.Full Story
#1 Mar 22, 2012
Military take over has no more place in sub-sahara Africa no matter what the pilitical situation in a country may be.The ballot and nothing but the ballot should prevail.So i hope the group involve will sooner anounce going back to the barraks.
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