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Lesotho troops leave the Central Police Office in Maseru after seizing control of several police stations and jamming radio stations in the capital on August 30 2014. Lesotho's military denied it had seized power, a spokesman told South African television, despite the prime minister's claims of a coup. Prime Minister Tom Thabane announced that the military had seized power in a coup in the tiny kingdom and that he had fled to neighbouring South Africa in fear of his life. AFP PHOTO/STRINGER (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)
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Lesotho troops leave the Central Police Office in Maseru after seizing control of several police stations and jamming radio stations in the capital on August 30 2014. Lesotho's military denied it had seized power, a spokesman told South African television, despite the prime minister's claims of a coup. Prime Minister Tom Thabane announced that the military had seized power in a coup in the tiny kingdom and that he had fled to neighbouring South Africa in fear of his life. AFP PHOTO/STRINGER (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)
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August 30, 2014
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Lesotho troops leave the Central Police Office in Maseru after... News Photo 454370614Army,Capital,Conflict,Conquering Adversity,Control,Group,Jam,Leaving,Lesotho,Maseru,Radio,Station,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP Lesotho troops leave the Central Police Office in Maseru after seizing control of several police stations and jamming radio stations in the capital on August 30 2014. Lesotho's military denied it had seized power, a spokesman told South African television, despite the prime minister's claims of a coup. Prime Minister Tom Thabane announced that the military had seized power in a coup in the tiny kingdom and that he had fled to neighbouring South Africa in fear of his life. AFP PHOTO/STRINGER (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)