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Mali’s interim president and premier have been released, a military official said Thursday, three days after they were detained and stripped of their powers in what appeared to be the country’s second coup in nine months.
Family members confirmed that President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane had been freed.
The two men have returned to their homes in the capital Bamako, those close to them said, though the conditions of their release were not clear.
Law TV reports that the United Nations Security Council had demanded their release.
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