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Bamako — Mali announced details of its new transitional government on Monday, with some of the top posts going to military officials after a coup on August 18 that deposed President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.

The ministries of defence, territorial administration, security and national reconciliation will be headed by military personnel, as Mali begins an 18-month transition back to civilian rule, the presidency said in an announcement read out on state television on Monday. Civilians will hold 21 other posts...

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