Pressure mounts on the military to restore civilian rule as international bodies respond.
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The generals fear they are at risk if civilian rule demands accountability, argues Alex de Waal.
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Gen Burhan also said he had taken the deposed prime minister to his house "for his own safety."
Quinton de Kock makes himself unavailable for South Africa's T20 World Cup match against West Indies after refusing to take the knee.
Ramadan Abedi and his wife Samia Tabbal are under surveillance by Libyan authorities, the BBC confirms.
Aisha Yerima, who was kidnapped aged 21, tells of her time living with militants in Nigeria.
Soldiers are said to have opened fire on large crowds opposing the military takeover.
Nigeria unveils the e-Naira, the first time an official body in Africa has launched a digital currency.
Monday's reported coup comes after weeks of tension between the military and civilian leaders.
It comes amid rising tensions between the country's military and civilian transitional authorities.
The EU and US threaten punitive action against the government and rebels as conflict escalates.
A report into alleged human rights abuses during the rule of former president Jammeh has been delayed.
Ethiopia's Letesenbet Gidey smashed the women's half marathon record by running 62 minutes and 52 seconds in Valencia.