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Remembering Cranberries star Dolores O'Riordan

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Irony? Lebanon bans Steven Spielberg's film about censorship

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Tunisia's revolutionary fire: Fresh protests, seven years after Arab Spring

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Case dismissed against French troops accused of child rape in Central African Republic

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Spain set to overtake US in tourism rankings

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#MeToo and mixed messages

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Stolen medication sold on black market in Mexico

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Brendan Power: The future of the harmonica

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Louise Arbour: Negative attitude towards migration 'completely self-defeating'

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Latest update 15/11/2010

Guinea votes to restore civilian rule

Coup-weary Guineans voted on Nov. 7 in a long-delayed presidential runoff to choose the country's first democratically elected leader. After more than 52 years of misrule, Guineans will soon know the results of the poll.

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Interim leader says elections will be held on June 27

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September stadium massacre a 'crime against humanity'

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Guinea absolves Dadis Camara of any blame for massacre

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