Mali’s military government wants to stay in power for five and a half years

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The army seized power in the African country of Mali in March 2020. Colonel Asimi Guita removed the then President Bobakar Ibrahim and formed an interim government. Then, in 2021, he took power in his own hands by removing the interim government through a second coup.

When the army took power in 2020, they announced that they would hand over power to the people by holding elections in February 2022. He has promised to stay in power for one and a half years, but now he wants to stay in power for five years.

This was stated by the Foreign Minister of the current government of Mali. Their argument is that instability is going on in the country now. As a result, it will not be possible to hold elections at this time.

The general public has been protesting against the army in Mali for several days. They want an elected government as soon as possible. However, the army has carried out extensive repression in this ongoing movement. A few days ago, the United Nations reported that the army had raped at least 13 women.

People of the Christian community decorate a colorful Christmas tree at Christmas. However, no one thought that he would have to go to jail for this. However, this is what happened in the United Kingdom. A man from the country named Marvin Porcelli decorated the Christmas tree for Christmas. Now the picture of that Christmas tree is being used to prove the crime against him.

Three members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have been killed in clashes with gunmen. Iran’s state news agency IRNA reported the news.

The incident took place on Saturday evening in the Kaurin district, 1,120 kilometers southeast of the capital Tehran. This district of Iran is located on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

Five armed robbers, known locally as bandits, have been killed in clashes with Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guards. Five others were injured.

Iran, one of the most influential countries in the Middle East, has seen frequent clashes between security forces and militants in the region. Al-Qaeda-linked Sunni separatist armed group known as ‘Jais al-Adl’ or ‘Justice Army’ is active here.

Drug traffickers in the region have also clashed with Iranian security forces. Last July, four members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards were killed by gunmen.

However, Marvin did not arrange the Christmas tree in such a way. His decorated Christmas tree contained small packets of money and drugs. He later posted a picture of it on his mobile phone. Marvin is now in prison. That picture of the Christmas tree is now being used as evidence against him in a drug case.

According to a report in Indian media NDTV, Marvin’s home is in the town of Merseyside in the north-west of the United Kingdom. City police tweeted that Marvin was a drug dealer by profession. He was arrested in connection with a large-scale operation called ‘Operation Overboard’.

The British police hope that the interrogation will provide important information from Marvin about drug trafficking and the ring involved in this business. Police have added a picture of a Christmas tree decorated with small packets of money and drugs on Twitter.

In another tweet, UK police said eight people, including Marvin, had been arrested in connection with an organized drug ring. Police seized drugs worth 1.3 million euros at the time. If convicted, the accused could face up to 69 years in prison.

Marvin was arrested in Liverpool in March, according to the Daily Mail, citing police. About one kg of cocaine was seized from him at that time. Its market value is about 36 thousand pounds. A few weeks later, police raided Marvin’s home and seized drugs and a few cell phones. Police found a picture of a Christmas tree decorated with drugs and money on one of the mobile phones.

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