Military officers in Mali detained the President, Prime Minister and Defence Minister of the interim government on Monday, deepening political chaos just months after a military coup ousted the previous president. Their detentions followed the military ouster in August of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. The development could exacerbate instability in the West African country where violent Islamist groups linked to al-Qaeda and Islamic State control large areas of the desert north. (Read More)
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