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Guinea-Bissau: Hospital Suffers “Collateral Damages” from Coup d'Etat

Simão Mendes National Hospital employees have been posting photos and reports [pt] on their Facebook profile [pt] which illustrate “collateral damages” from the coup d'état that took place on April 12 in Guinea-Bissau. Power cuts, lack of medicine and fuel shortage for ambulances jeopardize the work of doctors, whose moves are limited due to roads being blocked by the military.

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