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Mali coup draws wide condemnation | guardian.co.uk

The military coup in Mali has been widely condemned, with the west African regional body Ecowas describing it as “military adventurism” and the African Union calling an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The US state department has called for calm, and the EU has suspended its development operations in the country. All land borders and the airport in the capital, Bamako, have been closed, stranding a delegation of Kenyan MPs, including the foreign minister, Moses Wetangula.

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