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Malians Protest Last Week's Coup

Malians have protested last week's coup. Soldiers said they ended the rule of President Toure and suspended Mali's constitution to protest government's handling of Tuareg rebellion

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A man carries a sign reading 'Return to constitutional order,' as people gather to protest the recent military coup, in Bamako, Mali, March 26, 2012. (AP)
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A man carries a sign reading 'Return to constitutional order,' as people gather to protest the recent military coup, in Bamako, Mali, March 26, 2012. (AP)

Malian political and civil society leaders address an anti-coup meeting from the balcony of a union building in the capital Bamako. (Reuters)
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Malian political and civil society leaders address an anti-coup meeting from the balcony of a union building in the capital Bamako. (Reuters)

People chant in protest against the recent military coup, in Bamako. (AP)
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People chant in protest against the recent military coup, in Bamako. (AP)

Police stand guard as drivers wait at a gas station, during fuel shortages following a military coup, in Bamako, Mali, March 24, 2012. (AP)
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Police stand guard as drivers wait at a gas station, during fuel shortages following a military coup, in Bamako, Mali, March 24, 2012. (AP)

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