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UN Refugee Agency Completes Liberian Repatriation Programme in East-Central Guinea - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he United Nations refugee agency today announced the successful conclusion of its 18-year operations in the Kissidougou region of Guinea during which it sheltered tens of thousands of Liberians and Sierra Leoneans fleeing vicious civil wars before assisting their return to their recently pacified ... more

Unmil Begins Operation 'Seskin-Ii' Today - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he United Missions in Liberia (UNMIL) in collaboration with its Liberian security counterparts will today begin an extended phase of 'Operation Seskin' launched ... more

Ex-Fighters Regroup in Guinea - Thursday, April 03, 2008
former executive of the defunct rebel movement, Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD), Madam Aichia Conneh, has confirmed that ex-fighters of the disbanded rebel group have crossed over from Liberia into neighboring Guinea and are presently occupying several villages and towns in that ... more

University of Faranah Closed After Soldiers Quell Student Demo - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he University of Agronomy and Vetinary Science at Faranah in central Guinea has been closed and its 3,600 students have been sent home following two days of protest demonstrations last week which were eventually broken up by the army, university principal Yazou Sorovogui said on ... more

Good Fences, Good Neighbours - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
uinea's continued occupation of Yenga despite all diplomatic efforts is a clear indication that the Guinean government is not prepared to relinquish the territory to Sierra ... more

Rebels Blame Deserters for Reported Clash With Guinean Army - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ote d'Ivoire's New Forces rebel movement said on Friday that none of its fighters had been involved in a reported clash with Guinean soldiers on the western border, but it admitted that rebel deserters may have been responsible for the ... more

Guinea Holding 17 Dissident Rebels After Border Clash - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
uinea is holding captive 17 alleged members of a dissident Ivorian rebel group following a clash with Guinean soldiers on the border with Cote d'Ivoire in which one gunman was killed, security sources ... more

West African Nation Teetering On the Brink, Says ICG - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ith prices spiralling out of control and the head of state in declining health after 21 years at the helm, Guinea stands on the brink of explosion, diplomats and a leading think-tank warned this ... more

Soldiers Sent to Quell Ethnic Tension in Kankan - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he government has sent soldiers to calm inter-ethnic tensions in Kankan, a city 600 km east of the capital Conakry, following the murder of a Malinke (Mandingo) youth in the early hours of Thursday morning, local officials told ... more

Govt Risks New War - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
iberia risks dragging an entire African region back to war unless the government and foreign donors salvage its ruined economy after postwar elections next month, an independent think-tank said ... more


Dozens Arrested After Ethnic Clashes in South-East - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ore than 50 people were in custody on Monday following ethnic clashes in the troubled Forest Region of Guinea, an officer involved in the operation ... more

In Desperate Bid for Jobs, Youths Sign Up As Army 'Volunteers' - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
mployment opportunities for the average young Guinean are limited, particularly in Nzerekore in the rural southeast, where for years thousands of young men operate as "volunteer" soldiers who supply their own uniforms, in the hope of one day getting a real military job and ... more

Guinea Needs Elections, Not Coups - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
n March, 2006 Guinea Conakry's second president, Lansana Conteh, was flown from Conakry to Geneva, seriously ill. Twenty-two years ago, in March 1984, the first president, Ahmed S├ękou Toure, was, similarly ill, and was taken from Conakry to Cleveland, Ohio. He died there, and one week later, a group of... more

Sub-Regional Arms Project Meeting Kicks-Off Zoby - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
our West African countries implementing the Sub-regional Project on Small Arms and Light Weapons, yesterday started a meeting to assess and evaluate their programme of activities at the Corinthia Atlantic Hotel in ... more

Conte's Cabinet Reshuffle And the Union Strike Action - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he Guinean Military Head of State, President Lansana Conte reshuffled his cabinet few weeks back, appointing a longtime trusted aide to the top cabinet post and brought back several of those days ... more

Strike Violence Spreads Nationwide - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
t least three people were killed in demonstrations against Guinean president Lansana Conte that rocked Conakry and several provincial towns on Wednesday, and a late evening meeting between strike leaders and the president failed to bring an end to the ... more

Union Leader Vows to Fight On - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
n an exclusive interview, Rabiatou Serah Diallo, leader of one of two main unions behind Guinea's strikes, told IRIN that a march on Wednesday that turned violent was supposed to be peaceful, and blamed the security forces for instigating the violence, but said the unions will not back ... more

Guinea's Strikers Snub President - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
housands of Guineans have again taken to the streets of the capital, Conakry, and towns across the country despite the president's plea for support. A BBC correspondent says they are the biggest demonstrations since the strike began 13 days ago. Marchers are shouting "Enough" and "Bye Bye ... more

Special Forces Move into Guinea - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ome 120 Guinea-Bissauan special forces have crossed into neighbouring Guinea where President Lansana Conte is facing an unprecedented popular uprising, a senior Bissau army officer said on ... more

Bissau Army Denies Sending Troops to Conakry - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he Guinea-Bissau army has denied reports that it sent troops to neighbouring Guinea to support the government there as it faces unprecedented strikes and ... more

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