A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Africa

West African negotiators to visit Mali to try to reverse coup as junta and opposition close ranks

  • Delegation will include former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan
  • Junta orders country’s borders reopened, though neighbours likely to keep land borders shut

Topic |   Africa
A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Malian soldier gives the thumbs up as civilians cheer for troops and police driving through the streets of Bamako on Wednesday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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