Guinea: Fasting and Prayers for Political Crisis to Begin Tomorrow

Conakry — Guineans will tomorrow, January 22 commence a three day of fasting and prayer for the ongoing standoff between the government and the...

Angola: EU Supports Angola in Security of Gulf of Guinea

Luanda — The European Union (EU) reiterated last Monday, in Luanda, that it will continue to support Angola, both technically and financially, to strengthen...

Guinea Support for 2009 Massacre Trial ‘Unequivocal’

Guinea's Justice Minister Mohamed Lamine Fofana has announced his government's "unequivocal" support for the start of the trial to hold the alleged perpetrators of...

Western Sahara: Unilateral Decisions of Guinea, Gabon to Open Consulates Can...

Algiers — Algeria underlined Saturday that the serious unilateral decisions taken by Guinea and Gabon to open consulates in Western Sahara can under no...

Guinea: Submission to the United Nations Committee On Economic, Social and...

This submission relates to the review of Guinea under the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights. It focuses on the human rights...

Guinea: Human Rights At the Crossroads

"When they killed my son, they killed me too. I would have preferred it if they had let him live and killed me instead......

Africa: End Energy Poverty in Africa to Combat Climate Change

Freetown — Black carbon - emitted by gas and diesel engines and released through the burning of wood, peat, charcoal, and other solid fuels...

Guinea: November 2019 Freedom of Expression Highlights – Serial Attacks On...

Guinea's unrelenting attacks against demonstrators in November 2019 resulted in four fatalities, while Nigeria continued on its downward spiral with a series of freedom...

Guinea: U.S. Congressmember Responds To Protests In Guinea

Today, Congressmember Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, issued the following statement in response to the violence in...

Guinea: Four Demonstrators Killed, Serial Attacks On Journalists in November 2019

Guinea's unrelenting attacks against demonstrators in November 2019 resulted in four fatalities, while Nigeria continued on its downward spiral with a series of freedom...
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