Featured stories about Guinea
- What is the Role of the Army in Africa Today? 16 November 2012
- Rediscovering Africa's ‘Forgotten’ History 20 June 2012
- Guinea: Another Bloody and Violent September 28 11 October 2011
- Mozambique: Sant'Egidio Community Fights Back Against HIV/AIDS 21 September 2011
Latest stories about Guinea
21 February 2014
Interview: African culture and languages researcher Balde Mamadou Tafsir writes two blogs in Fula, his native language.
5 February 2014
Looking for a new recipe? Take a look at this sample of eight outstanding food blogs in Africa.
7 January 2014
Life in Conakry, Guinea can get quite challenging for several reasons. Learn why and how things can change for the better.
5 October 2013
Making the transition between the worlds of high level sport and politics has never been easy. It is even more difficult when two different countries are involved. Bea Diallo explains...
1 August 2013
An interview with Paola Germano, leader of Comunità di Sant'Egidio's DREAM programme in Africa. She explains why research has confirmed a reduction in AIDS cases in sub-saharan Africa.
11 June 2013
Senegal has a solid tradition of democracy and protection of freedom of expression and human rights. But recent months have seen the West African nation's reputation as a stronghold for...
31 May 2013
The 26th International Book Fair took place in Turin, capital of the Italian Piedmont region, between May 16 and May 20, 2013. The Francophone West African country of Guinea was...
27 May 2013
Global Voices author and translator Abdoulaye Bah, originally from Guinea, is a retired Italian citizen who has worked for the United Nations. He now splits his time between Rome and...
13 May 2013
The Senegalese government expelled Chadian journalist and blogger Makaila Nguebla on May 8, 2013, sending him to Guinea. He explained his situation in an interview with Global Voices' Anna Guèye.
25 February 2013
Following the surprise resignation, the debate on Benedict XVI's succession was immediately launched. In particular, Africans, on the basis of the fastest growing contingent of Catholics on their continent, began...