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Guinea-Bissau's rich fish stocks in peril
Foreign trawlers operate illegally and little of their catch is processed locally, hurting local exporters, UN says.
Last updated: 21 Apr 2014 09:47 GMT
Guinea-Bissau to hold presidential run-off
Jose Mario Vaz and Nuno Gomes Nabiam will compete in second round to become the country's next president on May 18.
Last updated: 17 Apr 2014 06:56 GMT
Guinea-Bissau votes for new president
West African country goes to the polls for the first time since the 2012 military coup to elect a new president.
Last updated: 13 Apr 2014 04:56 GMT
Guinea-Bissau holds first election since coup
Thirteen politicians in the running for the top job of president in first elections since military coup in 2012.
Last updated: 13 Apr 2014 01:46 GMT
Guinea-Bissau to hold first polls since coup
Thirteen politicians running for top job in the first elections since president toppled by military in 2012.
Last updated: 12 Apr 2014 01:08 GMT
Scientists find aggressive new strain of HIV
Patients infected with new HIV strain develop AIDS over two years faster than those with other versions of the virus.
Last updated: 28 Nov 2013 21:06 GMT
The art and war of cinema censorship
What must film directors do when freedom of speech and national agendas clash?
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Last updated: 03 Aug 2013 09:54 GMT
Q&A: What does AU suspension mean for Egypt?
The African Union is the first international body to punish Egypt following Morsi's overthrow.
Last updated: 06 Jul 2013 03:38 GMT
African Union: Continental drift?
Group celebrates its anniversary, but the verdict is still out on whether it is meeting the needs of ordinary Africans.
Last updated: 25 May 2013 21:09 GMT
Cocaine trade 'kingpin' in New York for trial
Ex-navy chief of Guinea-Bissau brought to US to face trial over his alleged role in international cocaine trafficking.
Last updated: 06 Apr 2013 02:37 GMT
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