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December 09, 2009
People walk past a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara (C) alongside...
Conakry, Guinea
People walk past a billboard featuring Guinea's Camara and former presidents in Conakry
People walk past a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara (C) alongside former presidents' Lansana Conte (L) and Sekou Toure (R) in the capital Conakry December 9, 2009 as businesses resumed after a security crackdown. Camara underwent an operation in Morocco after he was shot by a member of his own military last week. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS)
GUINEA
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December 08, 2009
A man stands on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8,...
Conakry, Guinea
A man stands on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry
A man stands on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009. Guinea's military junta chief, Moussa Dadis Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, five days after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GUINEA
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December 08, 2009
A man sits on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009....
Conakry, Guinea
A man sits on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry
A man sits on the balcony facing Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009. Guinea's military junta chief, Moussa Dadis Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, five days after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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December 08, 2009
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009...
Conakry, Guinea
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in Conakry
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009 as businesses resume five days after a security crackdown. Guinea's military junta chief, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS BUSINESS)
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December 08, 2009
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009...
Conakry, Guinea
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in Conakry
A general view shows activity at Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009 as businesses resume five days after a security crackdown. Guinea's military junta chief, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS BUSINESS)
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December 08, 2009
A man reads newspapers printed with pictures of Guinea's military junta chief Moussa Dadis Camara on...
Conakry, Guinea
A man reads newspapers printed with pictures of Guinea's military junta chief Camara on sale in Conakry...
A man reads newspapers printed with pictures of Guinea's military junta chief Moussa Dadis Camara on sale at Guinea's largest Madina market in the capital Conakry, December 8, 2009. Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, five days after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY CONFLICT)
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December 08, 2009
Fishermen prepare their fishing nets at a beach in Guinea's capital Conakry, December 8, 2009, as businesses...
Conakry, Guinea
Fishermen prepare their fishing nets at a beach in Guinea's capital Conakry
Fishermen prepare their fishing nets at a beach in Guinea's capital Conakry, December 8, 2009, as businesses resume five days after a security crackdown. Guinea's military junta chief, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, is well and will address the nation soon, a spokesman said on Tuesday, after an assassination bid on the West African nation's leader. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT)
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December 07, 2009
A military truck drives out of Camp Kundara where Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara...
Conakry, Guinea
A military truck drives out of Camp Kundara where Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara...
A military truck drives out of Camp Kundara where Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara was shot down in the capital Conakry, December 7, 2009. Camara is recovering in a Moroccan military hospital after treatment for a gun attack by his former aide de camp last Thursday. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS MILITARY)
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December 07, 2009
Guinea residents read newspapers on display along a street in the capital Conakry December 7, 2009. Guinea's...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinea residents read newspapers on display in Conakry
Guinea residents read newspapers on display along a street in the capital Conakry December 7, 2009. Guinea's junta leader, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, underwent an operation in Morocco after he was shot by a member of his own military last week. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA POLITICS)
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December 07, 2009
Guinea residents read newspapers on display along a street in the capital Conakry December 7, 2009. Guinea's...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinea residents read newspapers on display along a street in Conakry
Guinea residents read newspapers on display along a street in the capital Conakry December 7, 2009. Guinea's junta leader, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, underwent an operation in Morocco after he was shot by a member of his own military last week. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA POLITICS)
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December 07, 2009
Boys push a wheelbarrow along an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader...
Conakry, Guinea
Boys push a wheelbarrow along an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader...
Boys push a wheelbarrow along an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara in central Conakry, December 6, 2009. The health of Guinea's junta leader is not a cause for concern, the chief doctor at Morocco's main military hospital said after Camara was treated for head wounds from a gun attack. Picture taken December 6, 2009. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS)
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December 07, 2009
People walk on an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis...
Conakry, Guinea
People walk on an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Camara in central...
People walk on an empty street with a billboard featuring Guinea's military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara in central Conakry, December 6, 2009. The health of Guinea's junta leader is not a cause for concern, the chief doctor at Morocco's main military hospital said after Camara was treated for head wounds from a gun attack. Picture taken December 6, 2009. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS)
GUINEA/MOROCCO
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December 04, 2009
Guinea junta chief Captain Moussa Dadis Camara is seen with his former aide de camp Lieutenant Aboubacar...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinea junta chief Captain Moussa Dadis Camara is seen with his former aide de camp Lieutenant Aboubacar...
Guinea junta chief Captain Moussa Dadis Camara is seen with his former aide de camp Lieutenant Aboubacar "Toumba" Diakite (R) in Conakry in this photograph taken October 2, 2009. Camara flew to Morocco on Friday for hospital treatment after being wounded in a gun attack by a former military aide, Moroccan authorities said. A junta statement late on Thursday said Toumba and the soldier named by witnesses as a leading figure in the September killings, had carried out the gun attack on Camara. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 05, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta in Guinea, salutes during a ceremony with Burkina...
CONAKRY/, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta in Guinea, salutes during a ceremony with Burkina Faso's President...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta in Guinea, salutes during a ceremony with Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Burkina Faso to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure the upcoming January 2010 election was credible. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 05, 2009
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain...
Conakry, Guinea
Blaise Compaore, Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain Moussa...
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta in Guinea, as he arrives at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Compaore to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure January's election was credible. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS)
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October 05, 2009
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's President and long-time regional crisis mediator, stands with Captain...
None, Guinea
Burkina Faso's President Compaore stands with Guinea's Captain Camara as he receives the military honour...
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's President and long-time regional crisis mediator, stands with Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta of Guinea, as he receives the military honour at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Compaore to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure January's election was credible. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 05, 2009
Blaise Compaore (2nd R), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, receives the...
CONAKRY/, Guinea
Compaore, Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, receives the military honour...
Blaise Compaore (2nd R), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, receives the military honour as he arrives at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Compaore to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure January's election was credible. At right is Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta of Guinea. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 05, 2009
Blaise Compaore (R), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, waves as he arrives...
Conakry, Guinea
Compaore, Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, waves as he arrives at the...
Blaise Compaore (R), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, waves as he arrives at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Compaore to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure January's election was credible. At left is Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta of Guinea. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 05, 2009
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain...
Conakry, Guinea
Compaore, Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain Camara, chief...
Blaise Compaore (L), Burkina Faso's president and long-time regional crisis mediator, talks to Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta in Guinea, as he arrives at the international airport in Conakry October 5, 2009. The ECOWAS grouping of West African states said in a statement it had named Compaore to push for talks between the junta and Guinean opposition forces to ensure January's election was credible. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara (C), chief of the ruling junta and General Sekouba Konate (R), defence minister...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara and General Sekouba Konate arrive to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara (C), chief of the ruling junta and General Sekouba Konate (R), defence minister and second-in-command of the ruling junta, arrive to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry October 2, 2009, during celebrations commemorating the Republic of Guinea's independence day. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry October 2, 2009, during celebrations commemorating the Republic of Guinea's independence day. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry October 2, 2009, during celebrations commemorating the Republic of Guinea's independence day. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry October 2, 2009, during celebrations commemorating the Republic of Guinea's independence day. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, arrives to pay homage at Martyrs Place in Conakry October 2, 2009, during celebrations commemorating the Republic of Guinea's independence day. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Junta chief Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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RTXP6WA
October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Junta chief Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Junta chief Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Junta chief Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
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October 02, 2009
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha...
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, chief of the ruling junta, speaks to journalists in his office at the military camp Alpha Yaya in Conakry October 1, 2009. Guinean opposition leaders rejected on Thursday the ruling junta's offer of a national unity government and called for foreign intervention to prevent more bloodshed after the killing of protesters on Monday. Camara, facing the threat of international sanctions after security forces killed scores of anti-government protesters, wants to ease tensions in the world's biggest exporter of the aluminium ore bauxite. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA MILITARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXP6UJ
October 02, 2009
Guinean security forces walk beside a destroyed car at a police station at Belle-vue in Conakry October...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean security forces walk beside a destroyed car at a police station at Belle-vue in Conakry
Guinean security forces walk beside a destroyed car at a police station at Belle-vue in Conakry October 1, 2009. Opposition leaders in Guinea rejected on Thursday a call by the ruling junta to enter a national unity government, dismissing it as a tactic to divert attention from a lethal crackdown on street protesters. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during the opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA DISASTER CONFLICT POLITICS)
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October 01, 2009
Guinean security forces patrol at Bambeto street in Conakry October 1, 2009. Opposition leaders in Guinea...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean security forces patrol at Bambeto street in Conakry
Guinean security forces patrol at Bambeto street in Conakry October 1, 2009. Opposition leaders in Guinea rejected on Thursday a call by the ruling junta to enter a national unity government, dismissing it as a tactic to divert attention from a lethal crackdown on street protesters. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during the opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA DISASTER CONFLICT POLITICS)
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October 01, 2009
Guinean security forces stand in the yard of a police station at Belle-vue in Conakry October 1, 2009....
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean security forces stand at yard of police station at Belle-vue in Conakry
Guinean security forces stand in the yard of a police station at Belle-vue in Conakry October 1, 2009. Chief of the ruling junta Captain Moussa Dadis Camara accused crowds at an opposition on Monday of looting weapons from the police station. Opposition leaders in Guinea rejected on Thursday a call by the ruling junta to enter a national unity government, dismissing it as a tactic to divert attention from a lethal crackdown on street protesters. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during the opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA DISASTER CONFLICT POLITICS)
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October 01, 2009
Guinean soldiers stand guard in front of the mortuary at Ignace Deen hospital in Conakry October 1, 2009....
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean soldiers stand guard in front of the mortuary at Ignace Deen hospital in Conakry
Guinean soldiers stand guard in front of the mortuary at Ignace Deen hospital in Conakry October 1, 2009. Opposition leaders in Guinea rejected on Thursday a call by the ruling junta to enter a national unity government, dismissing it as a tactic to divert attention from a lethal crackdown on street protesters. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during the opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA DISASTER CONFLICT POLITICS)
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October 01, 2009
A Guinean police officer looks at the body of a victim killed during an opposition rally, in the mortuary...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean police officer looks at the body of a victim killed during an opposition rally, in the mortuary...
A Guinean police officer looks at the body of a victim killed during an opposition rally, in the mortuary at Ignace Deen hospital in Conakry October 1, 2009. Opposition leaders in Guinea rejected on Thursday a call by the ruling junta to enter a national unity government, dismissing it as a tactic to divert attention from a lethal crackdown on street protesters. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during the opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA DISASTER CONFLICT POLITICS)
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RTXP54U
September 30, 2009
Guinean security forces stand in a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition members in...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean security forces stand in a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition members in...
Guinean security forces stand in a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition members in Conakry September 30, 2009. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during an opposition rally on Monday. Camara has promised an inquiry into the killings but said any opposition troublemakers would be punished and accused crowds at the rally of looting weapons from a police station. REUTERS/LucGnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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September 30, 2009
Guinean security forces stand in the yard of a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition...
Conakry, Guinea
Guinean security forces stand in the yard of a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition...
Guinean security forces stand in the yard of a police station allegedly burnt and looted by opposition members in Conakry September 30, 2009. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during an opposition rally on Monday. Camara has promised an inquiry into the killings but said any opposition troublemakers would be punished and accused crowds at the rally of looting weapons from a police station. REUTERS/LucGnago (GUINEA POLITICS CONFLICT)
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September 30, 2009
Mamadou Lamine Diallo, 24, lies on a bed with his injuries sustained during an attack on an opposition...
Conakry, Guinea
Diallo, 24, lies on a bed with his injuries sustained during an attack on an opposition rally, at Donka...
Mamadou Lamine Diallo, 24, lies on a bed with his injuries sustained during an attack on an opposition rally, at Donka hospital in Conakry September 30, 2009. Guinea's ruling military junta called on Wednesday for a government of national unity to be formed, and an international inquiry into a bloody crackdown on opponents at a rally earlier this week. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during an opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA POLITICS DISASTER HEALTH CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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September 30, 2009
Relatives of a man, who was wounded during an attack on an opposition rally, carry him on a stretcher...
Conakry, Guinea
Relatives of a man, who was wounded during an attack on an opposition rally, carry him on a stretcher...
Relatives of a man, who was wounded during an attack on an opposition rally, carry him on a stretcher at Donka hospital in Conakry September 30, 2009. Guinea's ruling military junta called on Wednesday for a government of national unity to be formed, and an international inquiry into a bloody crackdown on opponents at a rally earlier this week. The ruling National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD), led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, has faced a storm of international criticism after a local rights group said security forces killed 157 people during an opposition rally on Monday. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA CONFLICT POLITICS HEALTH)
GUINEA-MILITARY/CAMP
RTXEPNS
May 04, 2009
A mural depicting the likeness of military ruler Captain Moussa Dadis Camara adorns a wall at the sprawling...
Conakry, Guinea
A mural depicting the likeness of Captain Moussa Dadis Camara adorns a wall in Guinea's capital Conakry...
A mural depicting the likeness of military ruler Captain Moussa Dadis Camara adorns a wall at the sprawling Alpha Yaya Diallo military base in Guinea's capital Conakry, May 3, 2009. Despite widespread condemnation from abroad and rumours of counter-coups from within, the world's biggest bauxite exporter has been spared the chaos some feared it faced when soldiers led by Captain Camara seized power in a bloodless coup after the death of long-time leader Lansana Conte last December. Picture taken May 3 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Magnowski (GUINEA POLITICS MILITARY)
GUINEA
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December 25, 2008
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara waves as he tours Conakry in this December 24, 2008 picture. Thousands of...
Conakry, Guinea
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara waves as he tours Conakry
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara waves as he tours Conakry in this December 24, 2008 picture. Thousands of Guineans on Wednesday cheered the young army captain chosen as de facto head of state by the military junta that took over the West African country in a coup after the death of President Lansana Conte. REUTERS/Saliou Samb (GUINEA)
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