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Legislative Elections in Guinea were due six months after the first "democratically" elected President, Alpha Conde, took the oath of office. Mistrust among opposing factions dragged the process

It is one of life’s most ironical situations, that although the republic of Guinea is potentially one of Africa’s richest countries, like many other African countries, it is

Amnesty International is calling on the Guinean authorities to stop a series of extrajudicial executions, arbitrary arrests and torture as part of a post-election crackdown that has seen

President Ernest Bai Koroma (in photo) returned home last evening from the Guinean capital of Conakry where he made a one-day working visit with his Liberian counterpart Ellen

Interim leader Gen Konate (in photo, casting his vote) threatened to resign over criticism of the poll The presidential run-off in Guinea, due to take place on 18 July,

Guinea will hold a run-off in its presidential election later this month after the former prime minister, Cellou Dalein Diallo, fell short of a majority in the first

Guinea's army chief has promised the military will ensure that the 27 June elections proceed smoothly.  (Photo: Gen Sekouba Konate has established an election task force) Colonel Nouhou Thiam, who