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Peru appoints first female leader after President Castillo impeached
Former president Pedro Castillo was impeached by Congress on Tuesday and later arrested on suspicion of rebellion.
Germany raids: Extreme right group had plan for coup d'état
Extreme right group raids in Germany had plans for coup d'état, says Haldenwang
Authorities in Germany name arrested alleged members of all coup plot
German police staged nationwide raids on Wednesday and arrested 25 people suspected of belonging to a far-right "terror cell" plotting to overthrow the government and attack parliament.
São Tomé and Príncipe
Portugal sends coup investigators to São Tomé and Príncipe
Four people were killed in the events of last Friday, but authorities in the tiny equitorial nation say order has now been restored.
Institut Français in Ouagadougou vandalised in Mali coup protests
Broken windows and doors, security guards' room set on fire, computer equipment burnt or looted, this is what the French Institute looked like after the protesters' attack during the demonstrations that followed the resignation and replacement of the junta's Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba.
Burkina Faso coup leader calls for end to anti-French violence
French institutions in the West African nation have been attacked following reports, denied by Paris, that France had given protection to the leader deposed in Friday's coup.
Gunfire in Burkina Faso a day after second military coup this year
The African Union has condemned the ouster of Lt. Col. Paul Henri Sandaogo Damiba, who overthrew the country’s democratically elected president in January.
Belarus jails five people for alleged attempted coup
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko had claimed that he had foiled a coup in April last year.
Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to six more years in prison for corruption
Analysts say the charges are an attempt to legitimise the military’s seizure of power.
Sudan forces kill at least one protester, says doctors' group
The Sudan Doctors Committee, which is part of the pro-democracy movement, said the protester was shot dead when security forces opened fire on demonstrators in Omdurman.
Tear gas, ambulances at protest outside Sri Lanka PM office
Police fire tear gas at protesters mobbing the Prime minister's residence in Colombo as crisis-hit Sri Lanka declared an indefinite nationwide state of emergency, hours after President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled the country.
Aung San Suu Kyi moved to prison, says Myanmar military junta
Human rights experts have accused the army of creating a "digital dictatorship" through internet shutdowns and surveillance since last year's coup.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to further five years in prison
Analysts say the conviction is an unjust move to legitimise the military junta’s seizure of power in 2021.
Myanmar junta releases hundreds of prisoners on country's Unity Day
In a customary gesture for national holidays, the country's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing also announced an amnesty for more than 860 prisoners, state-run newspapers reported.
Guinea Bissau: President says calm returned to capital after gunfire
The Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, said in a statement that it "condemns this attempted coup" and holds the military responsibility for the "physical integrity" of the president and his government.
Myanmar opposition holds 'silent strike' to mark one year since coup
The new U.N. special envoy for Myanmar says violence has intensified since the military took power a year ago and sparked a resistance movement in the country.
Soldiers declare military junta in control in Burkina Faso
More than a dozen mutinous soldiers declared on state television that a military junta had seized control of Burkina Faso.
Burkina Faso: Fears of coup attempt after gunfire at military bases
Gunfire was reported at military barracks across the country on Sunday, prompting the government to deny the army was taking over.
Clashes break out in Burkina Faso capital as banned demo goes ahead
Clashes break out in Ouagadougou after a protest in support of neighbouring Mali, whose ruling junta is under sanctions imposed by the regional Economic Community of African States (ECOWAS)
EU's Borrell condemns violence against anti-coup protesters in Sudan
More than 70 people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in mass protests since the military took over.