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West African leaders arrive at the extraordinary summit on Niger, in Abuja. ECOWAS is not ruling out the use of armed force to reinstate the overthrown president Mohamed Bazoum, meanwhile the regime that emerged from the coup has just announced the formation of a government. IMAGES

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