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Madagascan army urges leaders to end crisis within 72 hours: reports
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09:04, March 11, 2009

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Madagascan army said on Tuesday it urged political leaders to end the crisis in the country within 72 hours, according to agencies' reports.

The reports quoted the army's chief of staff, General Edmond Rasolomahandry as making the statement.

Madagascar has been undergoing a political crisis, the worst in years, triggered by the closure last December of the private television and radio station run by the deposed Antananarivo mayorAndry Rajoelina.

The political confrontation turned to violent riots towards the end of last January, when a mass turmoil broke out in Antananarivo and elsewhere over the island country, killing dozensof people.


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