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Guinea elections Episode 1: Campaigning turns festive ahead of Sunday’s poll

By Abiodun Ogundairo
17 October 2020   |   10:47 am
In tonight's edition: Nigerian police promise to stop using force against protesters who have demonstrated against the violent SARS police unit. And Guinea enters the final stretch of campaigning ahead of this weekend's presidential election. Finally, people living on Senegal's famous Goree Island, a former slave trading centre, have welcomed its recent reopening after seven months without tourism.

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