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Gambian fans in visa snag
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Commentary on the news, culture, sports and current events of sub-Saharan Africa from someone who's lived there. via Black Star Journal ... more

Counter Culture: Thanks, France, For the Mustard and the Memories at Le Conakry
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Like French cuisine, Guinea's cooking is based on a series of sauces. As I stood before the counter at Le Conakry-a new place named after the West African country's peninsular capital-the daughter of the cook ... via The Village Voice ... more

In electricity-starved Guinea, kids study under airport lights
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"My parents don't worry about me because they know I'm here to seek my future" CONAKRY, Guinea: The sun has set in one of the world's poorest nations and as the floodlights come on at G'bessi International Airport, the parking lot begins filling with children. ... more

Lack of electricity in Guinea: a 'geological scandal'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"My parents don't worry about me because they know I'm here to seek my future" Thursday, July 19, 2007 Lack of electricity in Guinea: a 'geological scandal' The Associated Press did a story on how the parking lot of the international aiport in a suburb of... more

Our Man Sietsema: 'The Sauce Tasted Like Pure Chlorophyll'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Perhaps you've heard, Bed-Stuy is the new Fort Greene -- or something. EfV recently relocated to 11216 ourself, and therefore read Our Man Sietsema's latest review with attention even more rapt than usual. via The Village Voice ... more

Statement by IMF Mission to the Republic of Guinea
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> The following statement was issued on July 18 in Conakry by Mr. Jean Le Dem, the International Monetary Fund's mission chief for the Republic of Guinea: "An IMF mission visited the Republic of Guinea during ... via International Monetary Fund ... more

Gaps in HIV/TB research spell 'catastrophe'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> A Guinean man, Conakry, who has both HIV and TB T. V. Padma 24 July 2007 Source: SciDev.Net [SYDNEY] Experts have warned of an impending catastrophe if critical gaps in the research and management of HIV/AIDS ... via SciDev.Net ... more

The Lede: Studying Under an Airport's Lights
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"With a lack of electricity, you cannot even think of doing any basic research work." Guinean students study under the lights of the Conakry airport parking lot in June. via The New York Times ... more

International Donors Commit U.S. $90 Million
allAfrica.com - Thursday, July 26, 2007
nternational donors have committed US$90 million to help the Guinean government improve access to water, electricity and food and tackle mass youth unemployment. These are stop-gap measures designed to appease a population desperate for better living ... more

Kabbah Returns From Yenga Meeting
allAfrica.com - Thursday, July 26, 2007
release from the Office of the President Tuesday stated that President Kabbah Monday returned from a meeting aimed at resolving the long-standing issue of Yenga between Guinea and Sierra ... more


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Gunmen fire on car carrying ministers
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"The bullets shattered the windscreen of the vehicle in which the ministers were travelling" Gunmen opened fire on a vehicle carrying two government ministers in Guinea, injuring a woman passenger in what police said on Thursday they believed was an attack by criminals. via Independent... more

Tourism and the Paradise Beaches in Sierra Leone
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> An aerial view of the coastal region of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. The bombardment of disenchanting news in the media about Sierra Leone can be discouraging for tourists desiring an African vacation ... via World Press Review ... more

Gambian fans in visa snag
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Commentary on the news, culture, sports and current events of sub-Saharan Africa from someone who's lived there. via Black Star Journal ... more

Counter Culture: Thanks, France, For the Mustard and the Memories at Le Conakry
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Like French cuisine, Guinea's cooking is based on a series of sauces. As I stood before the counter at Le Conakry-a new place named after the West African country's peninsular capital-the daughter of the cook ... via The Village Voice ... more

In electricity-starved Guinea, kids study under airport lights
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"My parents don't worry about me because they know I'm here to seek my future" CONAKRY, Guinea: The sun has set in one of the world's poorest nations and as the floodlights come on at G'bessi International Airport, the parking lot begins filling with children. ... more

Lack of electricity in Guinea: a 'geological scandal'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"My parents don't worry about me because they know I'm here to seek my future" Thursday, July 19, 2007 Lack of electricity in Guinea: a 'geological scandal' The Associated Press did a story on how the parking lot of the international aiport in a suburb of... more

Our Man Sietsema: 'The Sauce Tasted Like Pure Chlorophyll'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> Perhaps you've heard, Bed-Stuy is the new Fort Greene -- or something. EfV recently relocated to 11216 ourself, and therefore read Our Man Sietsema's latest review with attention even more rapt than usual. via The Village Voice ... more

Statement by IMF Mission to the Republic of Guinea
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> The following statement was issued on July 18 in Conakry by Mr. Jean Le Dem, the International Monetary Fund's mission chief for the Republic of Guinea: "An IMF mission visited the Republic of Guinea during ... via International Monetary Fund ... more

Gaps in HIV/TB research spell 'catastrophe'
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p> A Guinean man, Conakry, who has both HIV and TB T. V. Padma 24 July 2007 Source: SciDev.Net [SYDNEY] Experts have warned of an impending catastrophe if critical gaps in the research and management of HIV/AIDS ... via SciDev.Net ... more

The Lede: Studying Under an Airport's Lights
Topix - Thursday, July 26, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"With a lack of electricity, you cannot even think of doing any basic research work." Guinean students study under the lights of the Conakry airport parking lot in June. via The New York Times ... more

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