At least 16 civilians and a police officer have been killed during the weeks of bloody clashes
Alpha Conde is a former opposition figure who in 2010 became the West African state's first democratically-elected president
Last month Conde, 81, called on the public to prepare for a referendum and elections, stirring talk that he was planning to overcome a constitutional ban...
Unemployment and poverty in the West African state are chronic
Lassa fever is caused by a haemorrhagic virus which belongs to the same family as Marburg and Ebola.
The two leaders witnessed the signing ceremony of bilateral agreements between their respective countries
Political distrust is high in Guinea, where ethnic tensions often turn deadly around election time
President Obiang, 75, who seized power in 1979, has faced a string of coup attempts during nearly four decades in office.
The unrest saw a three-week strike culminate in clashes that left seven people dead in the capital and forced the closure of schools.
In 2014 Ebola epidemic, the largest in history, broke out in West Africa killing thousands of people with the most affected countries being Liberia which...
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