Mon. May 17th, 2021

Mutinying soldiers in Mali have detained President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta and Prime Minister Boubou Cissé, after taking control of a key military camp near the capital Bamako.

The apparent coup attempt comes after weeks of protests calling for President Keïta’s resignation as the country’s economic and security conditions worsen.

Tuesday’s mutiny and arrests have sparked international condemnation.

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5 thoughts on “Mali president and PM arrested by mutinying soldiers in apparent coup attempt – BBC News”
  1. a few months down the line they will be crying out for help because Covid 19 is killing 1000s , while i appreciate the political turmoil these people live in (. although obviously i don’t have the faintest idea of how terrible it must be to live in these places ) I can’t help noticing that protesting in crowds has become a world wide thing at a time when it’s not what the human race should be doing .

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