November 18 2010
A group of army officers led a mutiny against the Madagascar government on Wednesday, Deutsche Presse-Agentur reports.
The mutineers, led by Col. Charles Andrianasoavina, said they were taking power from Andry Rajoelina.
Andrianasoavina said they would install a committee to run the country while pursuing an agenda of national reconciliation.
Rajoelina was brought to power in a March 2009 coup.
Military loyalists vowed to crush the attempted coup, and security forces...
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