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Ethnic Tensions Simmer Before Guinea Vote

Guinea goes to the polls Sunday to vote for president, but some are worried about ethnic fighting during or after the vote. In the Dixinn neighborhood of the capital, Conakry, Amadou Bah was spending the Saturday morning before Guinea’s presidential election emptying out his electronics store. He feared if riots broke out after the election, as they have before, he would be targeted because he is a Fula and supports the country’s political opposition. “Because of my language, and the...

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