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Guinea: Ban calls on authorities to avoid excessive force after deadly...

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on authorities in Guinea to ensure that security forces avoid an excessive use of force and stressed the...

Protesters demand ICC probe into Guinea killings

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A group of West Africans urged the world's top war crimes court to investigate the killing of more than 150 people during...

Three dead in Guinea opposition protest

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Three people died in Guinea according to hospital and police sources, when security forces used truncheons and tear gas to break up...

Guinea organising “mock poll”: opposition leader

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Guinea's main opposition party will do everything in its power to derail parliamentary elections planned for the end of this year, its...

Guinea president says Senegal, Gambia knew of attack

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Guinea President Alpha Conde said he believes the governments of Senegal and Gambia were complicit in a failed attempt to assassinate him...

Security Council voices concern over maritime piracy in West Africa’s Gulf...

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The Security Council yesterday voiced concern over increasing maritime piracy, armed robbery and reports of hostage-taking in the Gulf of Guinea, saying...

Guinea says 39 arrested following Conde attacks

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Authorities in Guinea said they had arrested 39 people after a failed assassination attempt on President Alpha Conde last week, saying those...

End of the good life stirs discontent in Guinea’s army

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For years, the lucky holder of a post in Guinea's presidential guard could expect a plush villa and a share in rackets...

Guinea arrests dozens of suspects after attack

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Authorities in Guinea have arrested up to 80 suspects, many of them soldiers, after a failed assassination attack on President Alpha Conde,...

Sao Tome votes for new president

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Voters in the tiny Gulf of Guinea state of Sao Tome went to the polls to choose a new president whose main...

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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...