The President of Mali, Boubacar Keita, was apprehended by mutinying soldiers on Tuesday, according to a Reuters report. The news agency quotes two Mali security sources as confirming the detention. The detention was also confirmed to the BBC by a Mali government spokesperson. Mali has been in crisis since 2012 after a military coup ousted its former president, Amadou Toure, with a large part of the country now controlled by armed jihadists. There have been mass demonstrations in the capital, Bamako, after controversial general elections in the West African country earlier this year.
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