Twenty-seven soldiers in Sierra Leone on Monday appeared before a court-martial which charged them with mutiny over their alleged role in what authorities say was an attempted coup in November.

Security was stepped up around the courthouse in the capital Freetown where the proceedings were later adjourned to Wednesday.

The 27 accused struggled to all squeeze onto the stand at the court-martial.

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