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Mauritania's military head of state has opened the door for Maaouiya Ould Taya, the deposed former president in exile in Qatar, to return home but not to take part in forthcoming elections.

The ruling military council of Mauritania has freed 32 political detainees after a comprehensive amnesty decree.

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Jubilant at the ousting of their president, Mauritanians have cast aside international condemnation and pledged support for a military government that has promised to lead them to democratic rule.
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