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Bissau president recovering in Paris hospital

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Guinea-Bissau President Malam Bacai Sanha is recovering from a medical procedure in Paris and hopes to return to his West African state...

Guinea plans 150,000 bpd oil refinery

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Guinea has approved a US$2 billion plan by British firm Herman Trading to build a 150,000 barrel per day refinery in the...

Guinea’s Conde defuses poll row over election date

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Guinea's president declared late that the date for landmark parliamentary elections should only be set once there is agreement among rival parties...

FACTBOX-Key political risks in the Gulf of Guinea

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A stretch of West Africa's coast spanning more than a dozen countries, the Gulf of Guinea is a growing source of oil,...

Commercial flights between Senegal and Guinea resume

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Commercial flights between Guinea and Senegal resumed yesterday after Senegal closed its airspace to its southern neighbour following the grounding of a...

Senegal shuts down airspace linking Guinea

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Senegal banned all planes travelling to or from Guinea from using its airspace following a row over a Senegalese plane grounded in...

US restores benefits for Ivory Coast, Guinea, Niger

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President Barack Obama said the United States would once again waive import duties on goods made in the Ivory Coast, Guinea and...

Guinea rows back on voter list plan after riots

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Guinea's government said it has delayed a plan to revise the country's voter lists, potentially paving the way for talks with the...

Key political risks in the Gulf of Guinea

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A stretch of West Africa's coast spanning more than a dozen countries, the Gulf of Guinea is a growing source of oil,...

Guinea president renews offer of talks after riots

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President Alpha Conde said he is willing to open talks with the West African state's opposition, following riots that killed at least...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...