The three-year transition would have a military president and a government mostly composed of soldiers.
August 19, 1996: The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association executive committee accepted Uganda's application for re-entry into the CPA. The decision was...
People close to the former Zimbabwean president say he never recovered from the shock that lieutenants whom he had groomed and trusted for years could...
Fifteen lawyers were detained in raids in Ankara and Istanbu
On the night of July 15, 2016, an army faction disgruntled with Erdogan's one-and-a-half decades of domination sought to seize power.
A prime minister is expected to be appointed within the next two months, officials said.
The announcement came as Turkey presses on with the biggest purge in its modern history.
There have been fears that many of the over 7,400 soldiers detained in the wake of the coup were young conscripts who had no idea what was going on
Turkey has widened its massive post-coup purge from the military and police to the education sector.
Former Burundi defence minister Cyrille Ndayirukiye and two other army generals and two police commissioners have admitted taking part
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