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Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane says his government is taking steps to quell unrest after an attempted coup by the country's military on Saturday.
Military units in Lesotho surrounded government and police buildings and gunfire was heard in what diplomats said appeared to be an attempted coup.
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