Three Years After Ebola Outbreak Declared in Guinea, Survivors Still Suffer - Charity
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Ebola survivors who suffer from physical and mental health problems struggle to access care
28 September 2009 Massacre - 'Toumba' DiakitĂ© Transferred From Dakar to Conakry
[PR Newswire] Paris -The extradition procedure of Aboubacar Sidiki DiakitĂ©, known as "Toumba", which began when he was arrested in Dakar on 16 December 2016 finally resulted in his transfer to Conakry prison facility on 12 March 2017. The extradition from Senegal to Guinea of "Toumba", who had been on the run for 7 years, is a powerful signal in favour of the fight against impunity in West Africa and testifies of the determination of the Guinean government to hold the 28 September trial as promised.
Soccer - Soft Goals Cost Amajita Dearly As They Miss Out On Bronze
[Sascoc] The Amajita national U20 men's side went down 2-1 to Guinea in the CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations third/fourth place play-off on Sunday afternoon, meaning they lost out on a bronze medal.
Strike and Upheaval - the Myth of Trickle-Down, Guinea Edition
[African Arguments] The recent nationwide protests in Guinea-Conakry transcended ethnic and regional differences, but also highlighted disconnections between top and bottom in Guinea's contentious politics.
HM the King, Guinean President Hold TĂȘte-Ă-TĂȘte Talks in Conakry
[MAP] Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI held, on Thursday at the presidential palace in Conakry, tĂȘte-Ă -tĂȘte talks with President of the Republic of Guinea, H.E. Alpha CondĂ©.
HM the King, Guinean Pres. Chair Signing Ceremony of Bilateral Cooperation Agreements
[MAP] Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI and President of the Republic of Guinea, Alpha CondĂ©, chaired, on Thursday at the Mohammed V presidential palace in Conakry, the signing ceremony of eight bilateral cooperation agreements.
Protests Over Teachers' Strike Turn Deadly in Guinea
[Al Jazeera] At least five people have been killed in Guinea's capital, Conakry, in protests sparked by a teacher's strike, according to the government, reviving labour tensions in a country where previous strikes have led to dozens of deaths.