The leaders of this week’s coup in Guinea have said they might be willing to work with the former civilian leaders. Their comments come in the wake
Guinea’s government ministers have declared they are ready to serve under the army officers who seized power in a coup on Tuesday, when the West
Member’s of Guinea’s government, led by the prime minister, have turned themselves in at a military camp.
This came after the junta that seized
The coup leaders who say they are now in power in Guinea have named Captain Moussa Dadis Camara as head of the junta, and plan to install him as
The military junta that says it now holds power in Guinea has accused a rival faction of bringing in foreign mercenaries.
The coup leaders said
Prosecutors in Equatorial Guinea have called for a 32-year jail sentence for a former British army officer accused of leading an attempted coup