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Mali’s ex-president has flown to UAE for treatment

By AFP
08 September 2020   |   9:01 am
Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, ousted as president of Mali last month in a military coup, has flown to the United Arab Emirates for medical treatment, the new junta and his family said on Saturday.

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