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Special Forces Move into Guinea
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Some 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

West Africa's Peace Saga
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Liberia is smarting from years of violent conflict. As a result of this understanding, the international community and Liberians have no doubt that it will be many years before Liberia acquires the strength and wherewithal to assume the rule of the peacemaker she once was under Tubman and ... more

Ban Ki-Moon Urges Restraint Amid Reported Deaths During Demonstrations
allAfrica.com - Monday, January 22, 2007
Concerned at unrest in Guinea, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the parties there to exercise restraint amid reports of deaths during demonstrations which have rocked the West African country in recent ... more

Guinea: Respect Rights of Demonstrators
Human Rights Watch - Monday, January 22, 2007
Security Forces Should Exercise Restraint in Responding to Nationwide Strike As a tense and at times violent nationwide strike continued in Guinea this week, Human Rights Watch called on Guinean security forces to exercise restraint in responding to demonstrators and to ensure that their fundamental right to life, and ... more

A `last Lost World'
Norwalk Advocate - Monday, January 22, 2007
Will surfing bring visitors to one of `least-touristed countries'? Guarded by an iron fence, the Surfing Association of Papua New Guinea occupies the ground floor of Andy Abel's house. ... more

Guinea: unlimited national strike
Global Voices Online - Friday, January 19, 2007
Black Star Journal reports about the national strike organized by Guinea’s main trade union , “Guinea’s main trade union collective, CNTG-USTG, has announced that it will launch an unlimited national general strike starting on Jaunary 10.” ... more

Street protests spread across Guinea
Topix - Thursday, January 18, 2007
Security forces fired tear gas at demonstrators in Guinea's capital on Wednesday as street protests spread across the West African country on the eighth day of a general strike aimed at forcing the volatile ... Comment ... more

Conte frees former ally accused of graft
Topix - Monday, December 18, 2006
By Saliou Samb Conakry - President Lansana Conte personally secured the release of his former ally and Guinea's richest man Mamadou Sylla, who was detained 10 days ago in a corruption probe, his lawyer said on ... Comment ... more

African countries discuss ties
Topix - Monday, December 18, 2006
The presidents of Liberia and Sierra Leone have arrived in Guinea for a 24-hour trip aimed at boosting sub-regional economic and security ties. Comment ... more

Newspaper Accused of "Damaging State's Reputation", Suspended for Two Months
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 09, 2006
Kalum Express", a privately-owned Conakry-based newspaper, was suspended for two months by the media regulator, the National Council for Communication (CNC), on 27 November 2006, for allegedly damaging the reputation of the state of ... more


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Cafe sign Rays of light How the web is turning parts of Guinea's dark capital bright orange
Topix - Thursday, November 23, 2006
Although power-cuts often plunge Guinea's capital, Conakry, into darkness, some of the city's streets are turning bright orange. Comment ... more

GUINEA: School enrollment plummets as cost of living rises
IRIN - Monday, November 20, 2006
One month after the start of the scholastic year teachers and administrators from schools in and around the capital Conakry have reported a dramatic reduction in enrollments. ... more

Africans React Positively to US Help in Gulf of Guinea
Topix - Monday, November 20, 2006
Colombant report - Download 322k Listen to Colombant report Youth struggling to make ends meet in Conakry, Guinea African security and maritime officials are reacting positively to increased U.S. help in ... Comment ... more

EU Assessment of Government Questioned
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 06, 2006
With continued human rights abuses, crumbling social services and economic freefall, many Guineans were incredulous after a senior European Union humanitarian official said he was "very favourably impressed" with the governments efforts at reform to win back ... more

At Liberia-Guinea Border; 4 Immigration Men Attacked
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 06, 2006
Four Liberian immigration officers have been unmercifully flogged by some strange men numbering over twenty who reportedly came from the Guinean side of the border between Liberia and ... more

Conakry Govt Official in Angola for ADPA Conference
allAfrica.com - Monday, November 06, 2006
Guinea Conakry's deputy minister of Mining, Diallo Alimou, arrived Thursday afternoon in the country to participate in the conference of constitution of the African Diamond Producer Countries Association (ADPA), which started on 1 November with an experts ... more

At Wet Season's End, Cholera Returns
allAfrica.com - Saturday, November 04, 2006
Cholera has surged again in Guinea since the rainy season began in June, including in the capital, Conakry, where the Health Ministry reported 626 cases so far this ... more

EU Development Commissioner on West African tour
Topix - Sunday, October 29, 2006
European Development and Humanitarian Assistance Commissioner, Louis Michel, is expected in Mauritania Friday as part of a West African tour, also covering Guinea Conakry and Senegal, an EU statement said here. Comment ... more

Military Build-Up At Guinea, Liberia Border
allAfrica.com - Saturday, October 28, 2006
Reports from Lofa County say there is a strong military build-up at the Liberia-Guinean ... more

8,500 glasses of spring water served
this is kent - Monday, October 23, 2006
During the summer of Tunbridge Wells' 400th anniversary, nearly 8,500 glasses of Chalybeate Spring water were served to visitors from more than 40 countries including from Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, Brazil, Russia and Slovakia. Guided ... more

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