Several countries apply universal jurisdiction when suspects are prosecuted for major crimes such as genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. Among other examples, this allowed for Anwar Raslan to be convicted of crimes against humanity in Germany, for crimes committed while he was in Syria. Considering some of the answers to At what point is it "legal" to overthrow the government? which essentially state that if you succeed in overthrowing the government, nobody will prosecute you for it, I wonder:
Is there any country applying universal jurisdiction allowing for prosecuting a coup d'état happening in another country?
Wikipedia doesn't seem to list any, but Wikipedia may be incomplete.