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Belarus jails five people for alleged attempted coup
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko had claimed that he had foiled a coup in April last year.
Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to six more years in prison for corruption
Analysts say the charges are an attempt to legitimise the military’s seizure of power.
Sudan forces kill at least one protester, says doctors' group
The Sudan Doctors Committee, which is part of the pro-democracy movement, said the protester was shot dead when security forces opened fire on demonstrators in Omdurman.
Tear gas, ambulances at protest outside Sri Lanka PM office
Police fire tear gas at protesters mobbing the Prime minister's residence in Colombo as crisis-hit Sri Lanka declared an indefinite nationwide state of emergency, hours after President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled the country.
Aung San Suu Kyi moved to prison, says Myanmar military junta
Human rights experts have accused the army of creating a "digital dictatorship" through internet shutdowns and surveillance since last year's coup.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to further five years in prison
Analysts say the conviction is an unjust move to legitimise the military junta’s seizure of power in 2021.
Myanmar junta releases hundreds of prisoners on country's Unity Day
In a customary gesture for national holidays, the country's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing also announced an amnesty for more than 860 prisoners, state-run newspapers reported.
Guinea Bissau: President says calm returned to capital after gunfire
The Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, said in a statement that it "condemns this attempted coup" and holds the military responsibility for the "physical integrity" of the president and his government.
Myanmar opposition holds 'silent strike' to mark one year since coup
The new U.N. special envoy for Myanmar says violence has intensified since the military took power a year ago and sparked a resistance movement in the country.
Soldiers declare military junta in control in Burkina Faso
More than a dozen mutinous soldiers declared on state television that a military junta had seized control of Burkina Faso.
Burkina Faso: Fears of coup attempt after gunfire at military bases
Gunfire was reported at military barracks across the country on Sunday, prompting the government to deny the army was taking over.
Clashes break out in Burkina Faso capital as banned demo goes ahead
Clashes break out in Ouagadougou after a protest in support of neighbouring Mali, whose ruling junta is under sanctions imposed by the regional Economic Community of African States (ECOWAS)
EU's Borrell condemns violence against anti-coup protesters in Sudan
More than 70 people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in mass protests since the military took over.
Kazakhstan's president claims violent protests were 'attempted coup'
President Tokayev gave no evidence for his claims on Monday, while officials said nearly 8,000 people were detained by police during last week's trouble.
Aung San Suu Kyi: Ousted leader 'sentenced to four more years in jail'
A legal official speaking anonymously said the court found Suu Kyi guilty of illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.
Sudan's PM Abdalla Hamdok announces resignation amid deadlock
"I tried my best to stop the country from sliding towards disaster," Hamdok said in his resignation speech.
Sudanese brave lockdown to keep up anti-coup protests
Sudanese demonstrators join new protests against the army's October 25 coup in the capital Khartoum.
Sudan anti-coup protests mark uprising anniversary
Sudanese took to the streets in the capital of Khartoum and elsewhere across the country for mass protests Sunday against an October military takeover and a subsequent deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, but sidelined the movement.
Kyiv aware of a coup plot involving Russians, claims Ukraine
The plot was allegedly planned to take place next week. Moscow has denied any involvement.
Thousands protest in Khartoum against military takeover
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Thursday at thousands of protesters who rallied against a deal that saw the prime minister reinstated after his ouster in a military coup last month.
Chun Doo-hwan: South Korea’s former military dictator dies aged 90
Chun Doo-hwan took power in a 1979 coup and repressed pro-democracy protests before going to prison for misdeeds in office.
Police in Khartoum use tear gas in protest clashes
Sudanese demonstrators took to the streets of Khartoum on Sunday in protests over the leadership crisis in the country. Footage by the Omdurman Resistance Commitees posted on their Facebook page showed protesters on the streets of Khartoum and police firing tear gas.
Sudan security forces shoot dead 2 protesters, doctors say
Sudanese security forces shot dead two people Saturday during mass protests against the country's recent military coup, a doctors' union said.
Empty streets in Sudan ahead of planned protest
The streets of the Sudanese capital were deserted early on Saturday morning ahead of a planned anti-coup protest.
Myanmar: Suu Kyi trial 'seriously abridges free and fair standards'
Human Rights Watch says gag orders have been imposed on the deposed leader's lawyers and information on her trial is hard to come by.
Sudan coup: UN set for emergency meeting after military seize power
Sudan’s military seized power Monday, arresting Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other officials of the transitional government.