- n open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by seamen or soldiers against their officers)
- v engage in a mutiny against an authority
- Bangladesh is still reeling following the discovery of mass graves and evidence of cold-blooded execution of army officers who were killed amid last week's mutiny at the .
- Georgia's government has called Tuesday's mutiny at a military base near Tbilisi part of a coup attempt orchestrated by Russia, but opponents of beleaguered President Mikheil .
- Stories of restiveness verging on mutiny aboard British ships sent into the Mediterranean to intimidate Il Duce have several times been carried by Italian papers, generally .
- Mikhail Saakashvili in BBC News
The plan was to stage a large-scale mutiny in Tbilisi and to take steps against the sovereignty of Georgia and the Georgian government's European and Euro-Atlantic integration,said President Mikhail Saakashvili.
- Sonthi Boonyaratglin in France24
This current situation would lead to mutiny and chaos in the country,Sonthi told AFP on Thursday.
- Jean Ping in The Age
In Addis Ababa, African Union chief Jean Ping said Vieira had called to tell him about "the failure of this morning's mutiny."