Mali political crisis: France threatens sanctions if mediation process derailed

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    President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday the European Union was prepared to take sanctions against those responsible for the arrest and detention of #Mali leaders in what he said was a “coup within a coup”. West African mediators will be allowed to meet with Mali’s detained President and Prime Minister Wednesday (May 26), two days after the transitional leaders were stripped of their powers by the country’s military.

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