Possible coup in Sweden: Local sources
Gang wars cannot be controlled in Sweden, one of the most prosperous countries of the world. While it is reported that 3 people lost their lives as a result of bomb and armed attacks between gangs in the country, it is stated that the army can go down to the streets. Main opposition leader Andersson reacted by stating that Sweden should not be like this.
Coup attempt in West Africa's Burkina Faso
The military government of Burkina Faso announced that a coup attempt was suppressed on September 26. Several people involved in the incident were detained, the government said, adding that those behind the coup attempt would be identified.
Coup attempt in Armenia against Pashinian
Armenia's National Security Service announced that several high-ranking commanders were detained for allegedly collaborating with the ‘Patriotic Crusaders’ group and attempting a coup.
Critical Gabon decision by African Union
The African Union (AU) reacted to the military coup in the Central African country of Gabon. The Union announced the suspension of Gabon's membership. The AU also stated that they strongly condemned the arrest and dismissal of President Ali Bongo.
Germany defends support for Ukraine due to peace
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock defended the support for Ukraine. She said that support for Ukraine was an investment in peace and added that for 18 months now they had been supporting Ukraine not only in its right to self-defense and in rebuilding everything that Russian President Vladimir Putin had destroyed but also in supporting the country on its path to the European Union.
Coup fears in two African countries
Cameroon and Rwanda started to take measures against possible coup attempts after the coup in Gabon. Cameroonian President Paul Biya and Rwandan President Paul Kagame dismissed a large number of officials in the army and the Ministry of Defence.
Putin's shock decision on Prigozhin's funeral
Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the funeral of Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, who died in a suspicious plane crash. Western intelligence organizations claim that Putin ordered the downing of Prigozhin's plane.
Niger's deadline for French ambassador expires
The 48 hours given by Niger to the French Ambassador to Niamey, Slyvain Itte, to leave the country has expired. France had announced that it did not recognize the decision and that the Ambassador would continue to stay in Niger.
Niger orders 3 ambassadors to 'leave the country'
The military junta, which took over the government in Niger with a coup, announced that they gave 48 hours for the Ambassadors of France, Germany and Nigeria to leave the country. While France announced that they would not accept the request, no statement was made from Germany and Nigeria regarding the military junta's request.
Niger allows military intervention of two countries
The military junta in Niger has authorized the entry of troops into Burkina Faso and Mali against the possible military intervention of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Both countries had previously issued a joint statement expressing their support for Niger against the military operation planned by ECOWAS to change the course of the coup in Niger.
Shocking allegation about Prigozhin's death
Russia expert Kier Giles from the UK-based think tank Chatham House made an interesting claim about the death of Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin. Giles stated that many people's names were changed to 'Yevgeny Prigozhin' in order to hide Prigozhin’s travels.
African Union chooses side in Niger coup
The African Union (AU) announced that it has suspended the membership of Niger, where military intervention is on the agenda. The Union also expressed its support for ECOWAS' efforts to restore constitutional order in Niamey.
Prigozhin's remarkable promises to Africa
Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin released his first video message after the failed coup. Speaking in military camouflage and with his weapon, Prigozhin drew attention to Africa in the video and claimed that they were working for the people of Africa. The leader of the mercenary group is allegedly in Africa.
First on Ukrainian border after Wagner coup
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the city of Rostov-on-Don on the border with Ukraine after a long absence. Putin also visited the military headquarters in the city and was briefed on the situation of the war in Ukraine.
US decision in Niger draws attention
The United States (US) is making plans to evacuate its bases in Niger, where ECOWAS has threatened military intervention. General James Hecker of the US military stated that allies in the Sahara and Sahel region are being considered for relocation.
Mali, Burkina Faso intimidate ECOWAS
The West African countries of Mali and Burkina Faso have deployed warplanes to Niger, which is threatened with military intervention by ECOWAS. The two countries had declared a declaration of war on the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) attack on the Niamey administration.
No need for UN permission: ECOWAS
Abdel-Fatah Musah, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) commissioner for peace and security, said after a meeting of the chiefs of staff that there was no need for United Nations (UN) authorization to deploy troops in Niger.
Critical ECOWAS decision by Niger junta
The search for a solution continues in Niger, where the junta has taken over. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which was on the agenda to intervene militarily, came to a decision from the junta administration. The military junta stated that it is open to dialog with ECOWAS.
Niger forms new government
Niger's junta is preparing to form a new government after the ouster of elected President Bazoum. The names of 21 ministers were broadcast on state television. ECOWAS said military action could be taken as a last resort.
Turks and Azeris in Niger brought to Istanbul
On July 26, following the military coup in Niger, Turkish and Azerbaijani citizens who were stranded in the country due to the closure of the airspace were brought to Istanbul, Türkiye with a special flight organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.