|Ethnic violence in Guinea ahead of polls|
afrol News, 5 March - Violence is spreading in Guinea's capital Conakry after the country's opposition urged followers to protest against the election preparations. This night, civilians again were killed during extensive looting and ethnic clashes in Conakry.
|Court confirms Guinea poll results|
afrol News, 3 December - Guinea's Supreme Court this night confirmed the controversial 15 November provisional election result, rejecting fraud allegations. Alpha Condé therefore will be sworn in as Guinea's next President.
|Guinea set to agree on run-off poll date|
afrol News, 22 September - Political strife and conflict within the electoral authority (CENI) had led to several delays in finding a date for Guinea's run-off elections. Now, with army pressure and a new CENI leader, 10 October seems to get general approval.
|Guinea 2nd round candidates clear|
afrol News, 3 July - Former PM Cellou Dalein Diallo and "eternal opposition leader" Alpha Condé received most votes in Guinea's 27 June presidential elections, it was confirmed today. The two will run in a second round on 18 July.
|Election observers prepare for Guinea|
afrol News, 24 May - As Guinea prepares for its 27 July elections that are to introduce democracy to the country, international election observers are now preparing to deploy. African, European and US observers are expected in Guinea.
|UN praises Guinea, Niger transition|
afrol News, 14 May - Guinea and Niger, two West African countries currently under military rule, are preparing for elections and a transition towards democracy. According to the UN, the military juntas are doing their transition job well.
|US$ 80,000 deposit for Guinea candidates|
afrol News, 13 May - As Guinea's military leaders are preparing the country for elections on 27 June that are to begin its transitions towards democracy, the election commission declares it cannot tackle too many presidential candidates. A US$ 80,000 deposit should keep numbers low.
|"Guinea security reform on track"|
afrol News, 14 April - Guinea is on track with its normalisation process, set to reach the deadline of 27 June, when the first round of the presidential election is to be held, according to the ECOWAS official reforming the Guinean security forces.
|Guinea sets election date|
afrol News, 8 March - The interim government of Guinea has set 27 June as the date for presidential elections. The polls are to end the current military rule and government promises to hold the country's first democratic elections since independence in 1958.
|Guinea’s humanitarian flights may be grounded|
afrol News, 3 March - Lack of funding is threatening the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) in Guinea, which needs over $3 million before the end of March to be able to continue transporting urgent relief items and aid workers in the country and the wider region.
|Guinea’s civilian administration set up|
afrol News, 16 February - Guinean military junta leader, Captain Moussa ‘Dadis’ Camara may be excused from the daily headaches of running a government and dodging bullets, at least for now. But, he may still have to come back to answer a few questions related to last September massacre of civilians at the Conakry stadium.
» 03.02.2010 - Guinea twists September massacre findings
» 19.01.2010 - UN group backs Guinea’s compromise deal
» 18.01.2010 - Opposition names govt's head candidate
» 13.01.2010 - Camara’s return could obstruct peace process - US
» 12.01.2010 - UN chief encouraged by Guinea developments
» 07.01.2010 - Guinea’s junta asks opposition to nominate PM
» 06.01.2010 - US and France call for democratic government in Guinea
» 21.12.2009 - Guinean crackdown amounts to crimes against humanity, report
» 18.12.2009 - UN chief studying Guinea report
» 17.12.2009 - Hold Camara accountable for September massacre
» 17.12.2009 - Media rights group condemns arrest of media players
» 07.12.2009 - Camara not expected this week in Guinea
» 04.12.2009 - Guinea’s leader wounded in a shooting
» 01.12.2009 - Prominent rights activist arrested in Guinea
» 27.11.2009 - Guinea's independent press group threatened by military