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Mali coup leaders to stand down

Mali coup leaders to stand down

Leaders of the military coup in Mali have agreed to stand down and allow a transition to civilian rulein return for the lifting of trade and economic sanctions. The move came after Tuareg rebels in the north of the west African country declared independence.

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