Young men take to a central street following Wednesday's military coup, in Bamako, Mali Thursday March 22, 2012. Drunk soldiers looted Mali's presidential palace hours after they declared a coup on Thursday, suspending the constitution and dissolving the institutions of one of the few established democracies in this troubled corner of Africa. The whereabouts of the country's 63-year-old president Amadou Toumani Toure, who was just one month away from stepping down after a decade in office, could not be confirmed. (AP Photo/Harouna Traore)

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Young men take to a central street following Wednesday's military coup, in Bamako, Mali Thursday March 22, 2012. Drunk soldiers looted Mali's presidential palace hours after they declared a coup on Thursday, suspending the constitution and dissolving the institutions of one of the few established democracies in this troubled corner of Africa. The whereabouts of the country's 63-year-old president Amadou Toumani Toure, who was just one month away from stepping down after a decade in office, could not be confirmed. (AP Photo/Harouna Traore)
Young men take to a central street following Wednesday's military coup, in Bamako, Mali Thursday March 22, 2012. Drunk soldiers looted Mali's presidential palace hours after they declared a coup on Thursday, suspending the constitution and dissolving the institutions of one of the few established democracies in this troubled corner of Africa. The whereabouts of the country's 63-year-old president Amadou Toumani Toure, who was just one month away from stepping down after a decade in office, could not be confirmed. (AP Photo/Harouna Traore)
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