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Putin warns Russian-led bloc will stymie any coups after Kazakh protests
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the recent unrest in Kazakhstan was stoked by virulent internal and external forces, insisting that the Russia-led military alliance would not permit them to destabilize the country.
Putin warns Russian-led bloc will stymie any coups after Kazakh protests
More9 months ago
Myanmar’s junta used helicopters to target anti-coup fighters in Sagaing: Report
Helicopters and fighter jets targeted the country's central region of Sagaing.
Myanmar’s junta used helicopters to target anti-coup fighters in Sagaing: Report
More10 months ago
Bolivia socialists hold 200-km march, warn against another coup
Thousands of socialists march into La Paz to support Bolivian President Luis Arce, warning against another coup d'etat.
Bolivia socialists hold 200-km march, warn against another coup
Sudan11 months ago
Sudan's military, ousted PM still in talks, no deal yet: Report
Sudan's military is reportedly still negotiating with the country's ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok to reach a new power-sharing deal, following the recent coup that plunged the African country into political crisis.
Sudan's military, ousted PM still in talks, no deal yet: Report
Foreign Policy11 months ago
US special envoy says met Sudan’s military chief one day before coup
Jeffrey Feltman, the US special envoy for the Horn of Africa, says he met Sudan's military leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan the day before the military coup to discuss the fragile transition to civilian rule.
US special envoy says met Sudan’s military chief one day before coup
More11 months ago
Myanmar's military junta torturing detainees in 'systemic' way: Report
A new report reveals that Myanmar's junta has been torturing detainees in a "methodical" and "systemic" way since it ousted a civilian government.
Myanmar's military junta torturing detainees in 'systemic' way: Report
More11 months ago
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi denies charge of incitement in first court testimony
Myanmar’s deposed leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, reportedly denies a charge of incitement to cause public alarm in her first court testimony since her arrest.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi denies  charge of incitement in first court testimony
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