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· August, 2012

Stories about Guinea from August, 2012

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Mali: Can Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Be Stopped?

  31 August 2012

The solution to the Mali crisis seems to be vanishing as time goes by. It has been five months now that the country has been divided into two parts. Julie Owono explores the current situation in the Sahel region.

Guinea: Statistics on Poverty on the Rise

  11 August 2012

Mamadou Aliou Barry wrote on the Facebook page Voice of the Guinean Youth [fr]: “According to the results of the study on poverty and inequality in Guinea from 1999 to 2012 published [fr] on July 30, 55.2% of Guineans are poor in 2012, as compared to 53% in 2007. What might...

Guinea: Massacres Perpetrated by Security Forces in Zoghota

  8 August 2012

On August, 4, the NGO Avocats Sans Frontières (Lawyers without Borders) in Guinea reports that they have observed group killing of civilians in the village of Zoghota [fr] (Warning: graphic photos included).   Villagers testified that security forces came around midnight and fired at unarmed civilians. The village of Zoghota was...

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