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Niger president held by guards, prompting regional fears of attempted coup

By Reuters
26 July 2023   |   4:46 pm
Presidential guards were holding Niger President Mohamed Bazoum inside his palace in the capital Niamey on Wednesday , security sources said, but the presidency said the guards had started an "anti-republican" movement "in vain" and that Bazoum was well.

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