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Social Media: Africa: West Africa: Guinea

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for the Africa/West Africa/Guinea Region

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What's Next for Mali?
Nicholas A. Heras speaks to Dr. Christos Kyrou, an expert on peace and conflict resolution, on what to expect next in Mali. Read More...

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The Hidden Hunger
Article on extreme poverty in Guinea-Bissau resulting from the global economic crises By Nicholas D. Kristof (The New York Times,05/23/2009) Read More...

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Health Effects of Civil War in Guinea-Bissau
Yesterday, Guinea-Bissau buried its former President, Joao Bernardo Vieira. By Christopher Albon (War and Health, 03/12/2009) Read More...

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Bissau Swears in Speaker After President Killed
President Joao Bernardo Vieira was killed in his home on Monday in an apparent revenge attack for the death on Sunday of a rival, armed forces chief General Batista Tagme Na Wai, ending a longstanding... Read More...

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BBC In Depth: Guinea Refugee Crisis
The refugee crisis in Guinea is part of a complicated regional conflict which started in Liberia more than 10 years ago, and spilled over to neighbouring Sierra Leone. News and analysis. (1/1/2001) Read More...

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