Lesotho 'coup': Thomas Thabane wants South Africa troops

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Lesotho's exiled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has called on regional leaders to deploy troops to his country to help restore order, his aide says.

Mr Thabane fled to South Africa on Saturday after accusing the army of staging a coup, which it denies.

He has been holding crisis talks with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma and other regional officials in Pretoria.

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