DAKAR, 16 January 2014 (IRIN) - Guinea-Bissau will hold elections on 16 March to end yet another post-coup regime, with many hoping the polls will help calm an internecine and drawn-out instability.
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15 Aug 2011
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15 Aug 2010
After decades of military and one-party regimes, more African countries are now holding regular...
15 Oct 2006
While Ghana is an “oasis of peace and tranquility” in West Africa and is moving increasingly...
15 Jan 2006
Ambitious agenda for President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf