HM the King Leaves Conakry Heading for Libreville
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI left, Wednesday Conakry, following an official visit to the Republic of Guinea, heading for Gabon, fourth and last leg of a tour that took the sovereign to Mali and CĂ´te d'Ivoire.
HM the King and Guinean Pres. Chair Signing of Bilateral MOA On Hydroelectric Production
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI and Guinean President Alpha CondĂ© chaired, on Wednesday at the Mohammed V palace in Conakry, the signing ceremony of an important Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between Morocco and the Republic of Guinea in the field of hydroelectric production.
HM the King and Guinean Pres. Chair Signing Ceremony of Agreement Cooperation Between CGEM and Guinea's Alliance Patronale
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI and Guinean President Alpha CondĂ© chaired, on Wednesday at the Mohammed V palace in Conakry, the signing ceremony of a cooperation agreement between Moroccan employers' body (CGEM) and its Guinean counterpart "Alliance patronale".
Guinean President, Alpha CondĂ©, On a State Visit to Ghana
[Ghana Govt.]The President of the Republic of Guinea, H.E. Professor Alpha CondĂ©, will arrive in Accra today, Wednesday, for a three-day State visit to Ghana. President CondĂ© will be the Special Guest at tomorrow's 57th Independence Anniversary Parade.
Fifa Day - Guinea Beat Iran 2-1, Libya 0 Congo 0
[Africa Top Sports]Victorious return for Michel Dussuyer. The French technician restored at the helm of Guinea last month won his first match of the year with a 2-1 win in a friendly on Wednesday against Iran. This victory was drawn in the first half with two goals before the break registered by Kevin Constant and Ibrahima Traore.
HM the King Visits Moroccan Military Field Hospital in Conakry
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI, accompanied by Guinean President, Alpha CondĂ©, paid a visited on Tuesday to the Moroccan military field hospital in Conakry, as part of the long-standing ties between the Moroccan and the Guinean people.
King Mohammed VI Visits Guinea
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI arrived on Monday in Conakry for an official visit in the Republic of Guinea, third leg of an African tour that took the sovereign to Mali, CĂ´te d'Ivoire and will take him to Gabon.
Guinean Pres. Offers Official Dinner in Honor of Hm the King
[MAP]Conakry -Guinean president, Pr. Alpha CondĂ© offered, on Tuesday at the Mohammed V Palace in Conakry, an official dinner in honor of HM King Mohammed VI who is on an official visit to Guinea.
HM the King Leaves CĂ´te d'Ivoire, Heads to Guinea
[MAP]Abidjan -His Majesty King Mohammed VI left CĂ´te d'Ivoire to the Republic of Guinea, the third leg of an African tour that will also take the Sovereign to Gabon.
HM the King and President Alpha CondĂ© Chair Signing Ceremony of 21 Bilateral Agreements
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI and Guinean President Pr. Alpha CondĂ© chaired, on Monday in Conakry, the signing ceremony of 21 bilateral agreements in different areas of cooperation between the two brotherly countries.
HM the King Holds Talks With Guinean President
[MAP]Conakry -HM King Mohammed VI held talks on Monday at the Palais des Nations with Guinean President, Alpha CondĂ©.
Rapid Steps Needed to Ensure Credible Elections
[allAfrica]When Guinea's Supreme Court announced the final results of the legislative elections on November 15, 2013, Guineans finally, and quite understandably, breathed a massive sigh of relief.
Mohammed VI Pursues Continental Tour
[Cameroon Tribune]King Mohammed VI on Sunday, February 23, 2014, arrived in CĂ´te d'Ivoire on the second lap of a tour of Sub-Saharan Africa that began in Mali and will also take him to Guinea Conakry and Gabon. He was received by Prime Minister Kablan Duncan and Speaker of Parliament, Guillaume Soro. President Alassane Ouattara is receiving treatment in France.
'People Forget That You Can Still Die From Measles'
[MSF]MSF launched a measles vaccination campaign on 8 February in Conakry, the capital of Guinea, following the January 14 official declaration of an epidemic. MSF plans to vaccinate close to 500,000 children between the ages of 6 months to 10 years over a two-week period.
IMF Completes Third Review Under the ECF Arrangement and Approves U.S.$28 Million Disbursement
[IMF]The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today completed the third review of Guinea's economic performance under the program supported by an Extended Credit Facility arrangement (ECF).
I Learnt of My Husband's Death 19 Years After He Died in Detention
[Daily Trust]Mrs. Nadine Bari, French by birth, is the widow of one of Guinea's foremost lawyers, Abdoulaye "Djibril" Bari, a political prisoner who was tortured to death in 1972 during the regime of President SĂ©kouTourĂ©. Toure ruled the country from independence in 1958 till his death in 1984. After a long battle with the authorities to find out the truth about her husband's death, Mrs. Bari told Weekly Trust that she found out the truth 19 years after his demise.2014-02-13
Aid Groups Battling Measles Outbreak
[VOA]Dakar -Mass emergency vaccination campaigns are now under way in Guinea to control a spreading outbreak of measles. The World Health Organization warns that measles is one of the most highly contagious diseases, and is a leading cause of death among children.
The Future Lies in Mangoes Not Mining
[Chatham House]The World Today, Volume 70, Number 1
UNICEF, Government Vaccinating Over 1.7 Million Children in Guinea Amid Measles Outbreak
[Unicef]As the death toll and the number of suspected cases of measles continue to rise in Guinea, UNICEF and the Government of Guinea have kicked off a massive emergency campaign to vaccinate over 1.7 million children in an effort to stop the spread of measles throughout the country.
MSF Vaccinates 400,000 Children Against Measles
[MSF]Conakry/Brussels/Geneva -MĂ©decins Sans FrontiĂ¨res (MSF) launched a vaccination campaign against measles in an attempt to control the epidemic that was declared by the government of Guinea on January 14. 1105 suspected cases, with 68 confirmed, have already been recorded, causing the fear of a rapid explosion in the number of infections.