Best African XI – CM – Naby Keita

[FirstTouch] The 2017/18 season was as entertaining as any. Our African players took the European leagues by storm once more as they were taught by the legends who left a mark in these leagues as early as the 1970s. Most definitely, Mo Salah has been t…

[FirstTouch] The 2017/18 season was as entertaining as any. Our African players took the European leagues by storm once more as they were taught by the legends who left a mark in these leagues as early as the 1970s. Most definitely, Mo Salah has been the talk of the town for his remarkable contribution to his club, Liverpool both in the English Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. In this piece, we are looking at the best African players to have played this season by each position and see who deserves to rub s

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea

President Reshuffles Cabinet Amid Civil Unrest

[VOA] Guinea President Alpha Conde appointed several new officials to his cabinet overnight, including finance and security ministers, amid civil unrest brought about by elections last February.

[VOA] Guinea President Alpha Conde appointed several new officials to his cabinet overnight, including finance and security ministers, amid civil unrest brought about by elections last February.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea

Weah Meets Guinean National Who Trekked to Liberia

[New Dawn] President George Manneh Weah has graciously met in audience a Guinean national who traveled several weeks on foot from his hometown in Guinea near the border with Mali to Monrovia.

[New Dawn] President George Manneh Weah has graciously met in audience a Guinean national who traveled several weeks on foot from his hometown in Guinea near the border with Mali to Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea

Govt Must Ensure Security Forces Show Restraint

[HRW] Guinea’s government should ensure that its security forces act with restraint and respect to preserve human life in responding to opposition protests, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said today. Since local elections on February 4, 2…

[HRW] Guinea's government should ensure that its security forces act with restraint and respect to preserve human life in responding to opposition protests, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said today. Since local elections on February 4, 2018, at least 15 people have been killed and scores injured in deadly clashes between the security forces, opposition demonstrators, and government supporters. Opposition leaders have suspended protests for Easter weekend but said that they will resume April 5.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea