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Guinea: ICC looks into September 2009 massacre

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is still considering prosecuting Guinean military commanders over a 2009 massacre, now controlling whether the national judiciary is able to provide a fair trial in the case.

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Saran Daraba: Guinean women key for democracy

After the 28 September 2009 and the exile of Dadis Camara, a new era seems to have started in Guinea. New democratic elections have been set for June 2010 and civil society is trying to react with strength to current difficulties. However, no transition can be done without making women play a key role.

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Guinea sets date for first democratic vote

Guinea set June 27 as the date for its first democratic election since independence in 1958 under a plan to put an end to military rule in the resource-rich west African nation.

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Guinean military appoints civilian prime minister

Jan20

Guinea’s military junta appointed a veteran opposition leader as the country’s new prime minister, a crucial step that sets the stage for the military to cede power to civilians in elections within the next six months.

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Au lauds Guinea pact to end crisis

The African Union (AU) on Saturday hailed an accord reached by Guinea’s political rivals to form an interim government and hold an election to resolve the country’s year-long crisis.

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Unconstitutional changes in West Africa spark Ban’s concern

The recent resurgence of unconstitutional changes of government and other undemocratic practices in West Africa, especially the situation in Guinea, could have negative implications for peace and stability in the region, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon cautioned.

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