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Guinea Avoids New National Strike
Topix - Sunday, April 06, 2008
p> Union leaders in Guinea urged workers not to go on strike Monday, the day unions had set as a deadline for resolving disputes that sparked protests early this year. via Voice of America ... more

Guinea: End of Fuel Subsidy Increases Economic Woes
Topix - Friday, April 04, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"Life is becoming increasingly expensive. I fear the young people will go out into the streets again to protest the high cost of living. This could have grave consequences" The day after Guinea's powerful trade unions put on hold a general strike aimed at pushing the... more

Plan Offices Close as Country Declares Emergency
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
lan has closed its offices in Guinea as the country's president declares a "state of siege" following three days of violent ... more

We Shall Unify Liberia, Says Mande-Meh Union
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he Mande-Meh Union of Liberia, a social Cultural Organization comprising 14 ethnic groups of Liberia has vowed to unite the people of Mande-Meh and reconcile the entire nation through dialogue and discussions as the way forward to peace and stability in the ... more

Speed Up Repatriation, Refugees Urged Gov't
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
everal refugees residing in Guinea have called on the Liberian government and the international community to "speed up" their repatriation. They say this will enable them participate in the ensuing ... more

Guinean Troops Continue Deployment in Sierra Leone
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
efore the war in 1991, the border position between Sierra Leone and Guinea was located at Pamlap, but due to frequent incursions by rebels into parts of Guinea from Sierra Leone, Guinean forces were redeployed from Pamlap to Gbalamuya about six hundred meters inside Sierra Leone, as a security ... more

Taylor Ploted Assassination of Guinean Leader, Says SCSL Chief Prosecutor
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he chief prosecutor of an UN-backed war crimes court in Sierra Leone has accused Charles Taylor, exiled former Liberian president, of masterminding an assassination attempt on the president of neighboring Guinea in January this ... more

Voters Highlight Flaws in Registration Process
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
s voters get set for elections in October, Daily Observer senior reporter J.Wes investigates some early election issues that are hampering the pace of the process and seeks the views of some concern ... more

Aid for War-Ravaged Areas Elusive
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
adeleine Gomou, a nurse in the village of Konia-Aviation, finds it all but impossible to do her ... more

Ambassador Saccoh And the Yenga Dispute
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
enga is still featuring as a potential topic of discussion amongst many Sierra Leoneans. In fact, it has persistently evoked debates in many quarters for the last two years. And despite claims by authorities in Sierra Leone that the actual ownership of that disputed boarder town has been resolved with... more


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Sierra Leone's Ambassador Supports Guinea's Occupation of Yenga
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
bdul Karim Kororma Sierra Leone's Ambassador to Guinea, Dr. Sheku Saccoh said last Saturday that Guinean soldiers are occupying the disputed border town of Yenga because the peace process in Liberia is still fragile and they are avoiding a spill over effect into Sierra Leone and ... more

West African Leaders Call for Review of Taylor's Asylum Deal
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he leaders of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone have publicly asked Nigeria to review the asylum deal which stands between former Liberian president Charles Taylor and a trial to face charges of crimes against ... more

Border Residents Trade In Two Currencies
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
s Liberia closes the sad chapter of conflict and marches on to peace and genuine democracy, what appears to be a strange monetary phenomenon has sprung up in one part of Voinjama District, Lofa ... more

Big Military Build Up At Border With Liberia
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
hat appears to be a military build-up at the Guinean side of the Liberian border in Voinjama District, Lofa County, has been carried out by the Armed Forces of ... more

Repatriation of 35,000 Liberian Refugees Underway
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he voluntary repatriation of 35,000 Liberian refugees from Guinea has begun, but time is short if they are to be back home and on their farms before seasonal rains begin in ... more

American Dream Keeps Liberian Refugees From Going Home
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
hile fighting stopped in Liberia well over two years ago, thousands of refugees sheltering in camps in the lush forest region of neighbouring Guinea have no intention of going home, not now, not ... more

Youth Unemployment, Corruption Must Be Curbed Says Annan
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
nited Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has urged Sierra Leone's Government to deal with the increasing youth unemployment, rampant corruption, and growing border tension with Guinea, warning that unless these issues are dealt with the calm security situation that has prevailed in the West African country since last year's departure of... more

Refugee All Stars Stir Hope From Despair
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
hile the international community has invested Sierra Leone's recovery in trials and tribunals, Sierra Leoneans themselves have relied on family and sheer inner will to rebuild lives devastated by the country's civil ... more

Liberia to Mediate Between Guinea, S/Lone
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he Liberian Government says it is contemplating dispatching an envoy to neighboring Guinea and Sierra Leone shortly to intervene in the on-going border dispute between both ... more

As Liberians Return Home, UN Agency to Close Regional Office in South
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
lmost 300 Liberian refugees returned home last week from the Kissidougou region of southern Guinea in the final convoy of the United Nations refugee agency's voluntary repatriation programme, setting the stage for the closure later this month of the agency's office in the region after almost two ... more

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