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The U.S. Department of State has ordered the temporary departure of non-emergency government personnel and eligible family members from the U.S Embassy in Niamey, Niger, due to a military coup against President Mohamed Bazoum.
Additional Information: The State Department updated its travel advisory on Niger to Level 4: Do Not Travel due to military action related to the coup, civil unrest and ongoing threats of crime, terrorism and kidnapping. More information is available here. The State Department said it would continue to provide updates on embassy and consulate websites and on travel.state.gov.
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