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Guinean football is on the mend after the Ebola virus affected its domestic and international playing scene. Financially clubs lost money in terms of revenue from gate collections but as CCTV's Celestine Karoney reports the biggest hit was in the stigma t
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The Ebola outbreak began in Guinea - and the country has fought a lengthy battle with the virus, with a devastating impact on its society and the economy.
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Guinea's electoral commission has began announcing election results, with incumbent Alpha Conde having an early lead. But his main competitor Celloun Dalein Diallo has already pulled out of what he calls, quote, "a sham election".... Millions of voters, a
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Medical experts in Guinea are convinced that the country might soon be free from the deadly Ebola virus. The country's 42-day count to regain its Ebola free status will close at the end November.
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Counting of votes cast in the concluded Guinea polls is going on. Political analysts have been weighing the pros and cons of a possible Alpha Conde re-election.
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Guinea elections have passed without incidents although the opposition has complained of irregularities . Counting is on going.
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At least two people were killed in clashes on Friday in the Guinea's capital Conakry. This comes as tensions in the country continue to mount ahead of Sunday's election which pits President Alpha Conde against his main rival Cellou Dalein Diallo.
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Election campaigns in Guinea are in full swing ahead of the October presidential polls. The country's constitutional court approved the names of eight candidates, including incumbent President Alpha Conde who is running for a second term. But already ther
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Even after the initial global panic has died down, the fight against Ebola seems to be far from over. The head of French Charity Medecins Sans Frontieres paid a visit to Liberia and Guinea and painted a very grim picture. CCTV's Kathryn Ogunde reports