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Another coup has been averted in Burkina Faso: but for how long?

By Daniel Eizenga, Research Fellow, Africa Center for Strategic Studies
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Within a few weeks of the start of a new year and West Africa had its first attempted coup d’état. On January 12 the Burkinabè government announced that it foiled a plot from within the armed forces to destabilise the state.

At a press conference, Minister of Defence, General Aimé Barthélemy Simporé, announced that 10 soldiers and 5 civilians had…The Conversation

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