Army chief Min Aung Hlaing said on Sunday that Myanmar's junta will "annihilate" coup opponents as the military staged a show of force on the anniversary of its bloodiest crackdown so far on democracy protests.
The simmering discontent in Sudan is on the boil once again and the unrest does not seem to end. Tens of thousands of people rallied in towns across Sudan on Monday, seeking to keep the pressure on military leaders who staged a coup in
A source with knowledge of the case told AFP the 76-year-old was found guilty of two charges related to illegally importing and owning walkie-talkies and one of breaking coronavirus rules.
During a video conference of leaders from several ex-Soviet countries in a military alliance that sent in the troops, Tokayev's Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin confirmed they would leave as soon as their mission ended.
The distinct aspect of the coup in Burkina Faso, where the army has taken over the government and President Roch Kabore, who was elected in 2015, and the constitution was suspended, was that the people have welcomed it.
Two of the four were shot dead by “bullets to the chest,” and another by “a bullet to the head,” the medics said, reporting the deaths on Thursday took the toll to 108 from months of protest-related violence.
The eight-month-long investigation aimed at deciphering the structure, recruitment process of new personnel and financial resources of the Gulen Movement, which the Turkish government accuses of infiltrating into the state bureaucracy and attempting the coup.