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Niger: ECOWAS sets ultimatum to coup leaders

While several of Niger's neighbors have vowed to back the junta, the West African bloc ECOWAS has given the leaders one week to end the coup. Meanwhile, hundreds of European nationals have begun evacuating from Niger.

 

 

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