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Vol 46 No 3

Published 4th February 2005


Guinea

Whodunit?

The government blames the opposition for firing on the President's convoy: Guineans are sceptical

Guinea's President Lansana Conté regularly claims to be the target of plots. This time, he was actually shot at. The regime has found a convenient opposition figure to blame but there are suspicions this might not be the whole story.

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