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The US formally acknowledges that Niger's military staged a coup when it ousted President Mohamed Bazoum back in July. The announcement means the US will be suspending financial aid and military support to the country. Meanwhile, the first convoy of French troops prepares to leave Niger. Also in this edition: Liberia heads to the polls as President George Weah eyes a second term. Finally, on World Mental Health Day, we take stock of the state of mental health provision in Kenya.
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Niger says 29 soldiers killed in attack near Mali border
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French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Sunday night that France will withdraw 1,500 military troops by the end of the year and that France, the former colonial power in Niger, refused to "be held hostage by the putchists."

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