Ousted Mali president Keita freed by coup leaders

Coup leaders in Mali have released ousted President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita from detention, a spokesman for the junta Djibrilla Maiga said on Thursday, Reuters reports.

“He was freed this morning, (and) he has returned to his home,” he said, without giving further details.

 

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