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    Failed US Coup in Turkey, Kazakhstan Terror Attack, Zimbabwean Unrest

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    We begin this week’s program by discussing France’s proposal to send 228 UN police to the East African state of Burundi to stave off alleged ethnic violence there.

    Then we take a look at the hostage situation that took place in Armenia, when armed so-called “opposition” members stormed a police station in Yerevan and captured all the weapons.

    Next, we return to Africa to analyze the Color Revolution tumult that’s taking place in Zimbabwe, and why some forces want to overthrow one of the world’s longest-serving leaders.

    After that, we address the Salafist terrorist attack that took place in Kazakhstan’s largest city of Almaty and explain what it tells us about the region’s most pressing volatilities.

    Last but certainly not least, we conclude by analyzing the failed US coup attempt in Turkey and revealing its anti-Russian motivations.

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    hostage situation, ethnic conflict, color revolution, terror attack, unrest, violence, protests, coup attempt in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Burundi, Almaty, Zimbabwe, Armenia, Yerevan
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