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UN to hold Sudan talks to end crisis after coup
Sudan’s military takes power in coup and arrests prime minister
Coveney calls for immediate release of Mali president and prime minister after sacking by army strongman
Myanmar's junta declares martial law after dozens of protesters killed in latest crackdown
Myanmar security forces fire at protesters as UN says 38 dead in 'bloodiest' day
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi hit with two new criminal charges
Myanmar police escalate crackdown on coup protesters
'We will fight against them until we win': Protests swell in Myanmar in defiance of military threats
Police rampage targets striking railway workers in Myanmar as protests continue
Largest demonstrations yet as thousands rally in Myanmar against military coup
Myanmar police file new charge against Aung San Suu Kyi
Fresh protests in Myanmar after junta cuts off internet, deploys troops
Tensions mount in Myanmar as protesters step in to prevent arrest of anti-coup activists
Myanmar protesters return to streets despite police violence
Myanmar's generals order access to Facebook be restricted as UN chief says coup must fail
Aung San Suu Kyi charged with possessing illegal walkie-talkies
Sudan's military leader resigns after one day in power; protesters celebrate
Zimbabwe crisis: Mugabe 'under house arrest' after army seizes control
A tumultuous 24 hours: What's been happening in Zimbabwe, and what's next
'I will not go back to get killed': Lesotho PM flees to South Africa
Travelling to Thailand? Irish citizens advised to 'exercise extreme caution'
'Large turn-out' in Mali's first election since French intervention
Islamists calling for rebellion against army in Egypt after bloodshed
Leaders of Turkey's 1980 coup on trial for 'crimes against the state'
Mali braces for fuel shortages amid post-coup sanctions
Mali suspended amid ECOWAS efforts to restore 'constitutional order'
Former president exhumed as Chile aims to solve mystery of his death
Ned O'Keeffe: There were "too many intellectuals" in government
Defence Forces and Martin play down Ned O'Keeffe's 'army coup' comments
Ned O'Keeffe says army coup a 'real possibility' in Ireland