Mexico’s government has expressed “deep concern” about the monitoring of its La Paz embassy by Bolivian intelligence and security services. Last month, Mexico offered deposed Bolivian leader Evo Morales asylum following a “coup.” Mexico’s Foreign Ministry sounded the alarm on Monday, claiming that Bolivia’s security and intelligence apparatus has been[…]
Sudan‘s ruling military council (TMC) says it has foiled an attempted military coup and at least 16 officers have been arrested. The development late on Thursday came as the TMC and protest movement leaders seeking a transition to democracy were in discussions over a power-sharing deal. “Officers and soldiers from[…]
Egypt‘s former President Mohamed Morsi was buried on Tuesday in eastern Cairo, one of his lawyers told AFP news agency, a day after he collapsed in court and died shortly after. “He was buried in Medinat Nasr, in eastern Cairo, with his family present. The funeral prayer was said in Tora prison hospital” where[…]
Sudan’s principal protest group has demanded the immediate formation of a civilian-led government to replace the country’s new ruling military council, warning that the demonstrators’ “revolution” faces threat from “the remnants of the regime” of deposed leader Omar al-Bashir. Fearing that the core of the old establishment is far from gone, the Sudanese[…]
It took nearly four months of vigorous street protest across Sudan to trigger an army takeover that ended Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year authoritarian rule. But for the man who replaced him, it took the same protesters barely 24 hours to get their way. On Friday evening, General Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf named Lieutenant[…]
America has rejected plans to link the case of an American pastor held for almost two years with US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen, who Ankara blames for the failed 2016 coup bid, a senior US official said on Friday. A Turkish court on Wednesday ruled to keep in jail on terror-linked[…]
The African Union has spoken on the political situation in Zimbabwe where the army have seized key state institutions including the state broadcaster. President of the political bloc and Guinean president Alpha Conde in an interview with the AFPnews portal said the military intervention “seems like a coup” further urging that[…]
Turkish police launched a vast operation Thursday targeting businesses suspected of financing US-based Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen, accused by Ankara of masterminding last month’s attempted coup, media reported. Prosecutors issued arrest warrants for 187 suspects including CEOs as part of the operation in the country’s economic capital of Istanbul and[…]
Turkish authorities detained on Saturday a key aide to Fethullah Gulen, the US-based Muslim cleric Turkey blames for a failed military coup attempt. Halis Hanci, described as Gulen’s right-hand man, apparently entered Turkey two days before the abortive coup, a presidency official told reporters. Earlier on Saturday, Turkish authorities also[…]
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