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8 killed, 84 injured in Guinea oil terminal blast

Conakry (Guinea): A blast at an oil port in Guinea's capital, Conakry, killed at least eight people and injured 84 others early Monday, Reuters reported, citing a senior officer.

Guinea: UN pledges support for justice and accountability, as stadium massacre trial begins

New York: The UN chief on Wednesday paid tribute to the hundreds of victims and their families, of a 2009 stadium massacre in the capital of Guinea, as some of the ringleaders allegedly responsible for the gruesome death of more than 150 people that day, went on trial.

US urges all parties in Guinea to forego violence

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States condemns the seizure of power by the military in Guinea, calling on all parties to avoid violence and engage in dialogue, US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said.

Guinea: Steer clear of campaign hate speech, top UN officials warn

New York: Given the history of intercommunal violence in Guinea, two high-level UN Officials voiced concern on Tuesday over the risk of “incitement to hostility, discrimination or violence” as the country gears up for elections on 18 October.

UN health agency sends specialists to help contain Ebola flare-up in Guinea

New York, Mar 19 (Just Earth News/IBNS):The United Nations health agency has dispatched a team of specialists to Guinea after 2 new cases of Ebola were confirmed yesterday, the first re-emergence of the deadly virus in the Western African country since its original outbreak was declared over on 29 December 2015.

With transparent elections imminent, 'dynamic democracy' taking root in Guinea, Minster tells UN

New York, Oct 4 (IBNS) In his address to the United Nations General Assembly today, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Guinea, Francois Lounceny Fall, confirmed the imminent holding of presidential elections in his country, hailing the polls as a sign of a "democratic dynamic" taking root there.