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Guinea pays troops in bid to end mutiny
Topix - Saturday, May 31, 2008
p>By Saliou Samb Reuters Friday, May 30, 2008; 9:50 PM CONAKRY - Guinea began paying salary arrears to junior soldiers on Friday in an attempt to end a five-day bloody mutiny that had worsened instability in the ... ... more

Army Protests Threaten Stability - Friday, May 30, 2008
ith contradicting reports coming from the Guinean capital, Conakry, it is difficult to tell whether the soldiers who abducted and held the army's second in command for several hours last Friday, were protesting against the sacking of former Prime Minister, Lansana Kouyaté on May 20, or over their salary ... more

Albanese talks up Rio's growth prospects
Topix - Friday, May 30, 2008
p>Rio Tinto says it is well placed to take advantage of an expected doubling in global demand for its metals and minerals by 2022, as it argues its case for rejecting BHP Billiton's $US178 billion takeover bid as ... ... more

West African Leaders Meet to Discuss Crisis - Friday, May 30, 2008
iberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Friday initiated consultations on the uneasy situation evolving in neighboring ... more

Valinhos' Warriors in First Real Test - Friday, May 30, 2008
N Sunday, away in Guinea, Zimbabwe begins their most important football World Cup qualifying campaign to ... more

Analysts Warn of Coup Possibility - Friday, May 30, 2008
uinea's hasty attempt to grant the demands of mutinous soldiers ending a two-day civil disobedience over back pay could weaken their authority to manage political and economic pressures in a country that risk a 'coup d'etat,' analysts ... more

Chance for Chinyama to Prove Self With Warriors - Friday, May 30, 2008
im international striker Takesure Chinyama has gone through a lot in the past two years -- from coming face-to-face with blatant racism in Europe, becoming the leading light in attack at his club and being ignored by his country's national football coaches, writes Robson Sharuko in CONAKRY, ... more

Warriors Arrive in Guinea - Friday, May 30, 2008
imbabwe's road-weary Warriors flew into this chaotic and tense coastal city on the shores of the Atlantic, almost 24 hours after they left home, to begin yet another campaign to dine with the aristocrats of global football when the 2010 World Cup bandwagon explodes across the Limpopo in just two... more

Msiska's Bitter Conakry Memories - Friday, May 30, 2008
ifteen years might have passed but Brenna Msiska still remembers everything - a bulky but talented forward called Titi Camara, a shell-shocked Reinhard Fabisch as he surveyed the ruins of his battered troops and a scoreline that was a humiliation to that gallant Class of ... more

Guinea: Conté Declares State of Siege
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>Senegalese blogger Alex Seck resumes his watch of Guinean developments (Fr): “ Dictator Lansana Conté has … appeared in a radio and tv broadcast during which he announced a Presidential decree instituting the state of siege until Feb. 23 … In short, Conté is choosing escalation … All... more


Guinea, Senegal: Lansana Conté Must Leave if He Loves His Country
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>At Pourquoi l’ Afrique Claudique , Senegalese novelist Ndické Dieye tells (Fr) Guinea’s embattled head of state: “ Lansana, leave if you have even an inkling of conscience or patriotism left! Leave to avoid an unnecessary blood bath! … I ask the police … to refuse to execute... more

Guinea: general strike suspended
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>Friends of Guinea blog has a post about the latest turn of events in Guinea , “Guinean unions will again suspend the general strike after the head of state Gen. Lansana Conté agreed to name a prime minister from a list of names proposed by the labor organizations. His... more

Guinea: Another Lansana Enters the Scene
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>Says Senegalese blogger Alex Seck, (Fr): “The situation in [Guinea] has started normalizing since the nomination of Lansana Kouyaté as Prime Minister on Feb. 26. Kouyaté who was one of five people proposed by unionists and civil society arrived in Conakry [on the 27th] from Abidjan where... more

Guinea-Conakry: standing up to a power-hungry President
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>The technological revolution that enables ordinary citizens to capture and upload video footage on the web has been slow to take root in West Africa. Up to now we haven’t featured any video content from this part of the world on the Human Rights Video Hub Pilot. So... more

Guinea: the future of Friends of Guinea
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>Following the recent political turmoil in Guines, what will the future of Friends of Guinea be? “As mentioned in an earlier statement, FOG is not going anywhere. While we all hope for the Peace Corps' re-insertion into Guinea as soon as is practicable and safe, FOG will remain... more

Water Shortage in Conakry
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p> la plume plus describes the catastrophic effects a long-term shortage of clean water is having on hygiene and human health in Conakry, the capital of Guinea. ... more

Seyni Kouyate on Yankadi Reggae
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p> Roots and Culture has an interview with Seyni Kouyate (Fr), a Yakandi reggae musician from a griot family in Guinea-Conakry.  Kouyate says Yakandi reggae is not a Western-African fusion; it's a fundamentally African music form.  “It's the meeting of traditional African rhythms, specifically from West Africa,... more

Guinean proverb
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p> Roots and Culture posts a Guinean proverb: “When ants work together they carry lift elephants.” (Fr) ... more

Guinea: top businessman becomes honorary president
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p> News From Guinea and Friends of Guinea reports , “Mamadou Sylla, Guinea's richest business patron, was named as the new honorary president of the ruling PUP party. Sylla is a close ally of the head of state Gen. Lansana Conté and is often referred to as ‘the ruling party's... more

South Africa: Continuing education is working
Global Voices Online - Thursday, May 29, 2008
p>The nonrequired writes about the success story that is continuing education in some African nations and how it can prevent the brain drain. Continuing education is paid for by companies and provided by local universities at an affordable cost. It has been succesfully implemented so far in... more

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