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17 Feb
People living in Guinea are becoming desperate as a food crisis soars in the country. Citizens are blaming the junta leaders for price hikes, while economists say a timely solution is necessary.
20 Jan
The Tristao Islands of northern Guinea are a treasure trove of biodiversity and also support rice fields. But rising sea levels threaten the Marine Protected Area. We visit the archipelago to see how conservation efforts are making a real difference.
16 Jan
Cameroon's indomitable lions are not quite tamed but certainly don't mark their opener in the Africa Cup of Nations as determinedly as expected. The 5 times Champions settled for a 1-1 draw against Guinea. Earlier defending champions Senegal beat Gambia 3-0 in a pretty procedural win. And Algeria are held 1-1 by Angola in the final game of the day.
18 Dec
Eight dead, 84 injured in Guinea fuel depot blast
12 Sep
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5 Jun 2023
Some 200 international observers were on hand to monitor this year's proceedings for a single round vote based on proportional representation to elect 102 lawmakers.
15 May 2023
Guinea's opposition has also called for a investigation into this week's killing of seven protesters and accused security forces of using excessive force. It wants the military junta to hand back power to civilians.
11 May 2023
Protesters clashed with police throughout Guinea on Wednesday, as the first of several days of planned pro-democracy protests devolved into a hail of thrown stones and clouds of tear gas in cities across the country.
18 Apr 2023
Rwanda's president Paul Kagame arrived in Guinea's capital Conakry on Monday, where he was greeted by military leader Colonel Mamady Doumbouya.
12 Mar 2023
The West African nations of Guinea and Ivory Coast are repatriating citizens who want to leave Tunisia after the country's increasingly authoritarian leader called for a crackdown on migrants from sub-Saharan Africa.
3 Mar 2023
The West African nations of Guinea and Ivory Coast are repatriating citizens who want to leave Tunisia after the country's increasingly authoritarian leader called for a crackdown on migrants from sub-Saharan Africa.

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