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Macron is pushing France to tipping point

4 August 2023

6:53 PM

4 August 2023

6:53 PM

In the last three years, Mali, Guinea, Sudan, Burkina Faso and Niger have all undergone coup d’états. The most recent regime change was last week in the west African nation of Niger, where Mohamed Bazoum was overthrown by the elements of the presidential guard.

The coup’s leader is Colonel-Major Amadou Abdramane.

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