Death Toll Mounts in Guinea Clashes

Inter-ethnic clashes have claimed the lives of scores of Guineans in Nzerekore, the country's second largest city, and other outlaying areas when violence broke out between the Guerze and Konianke tribes.

Inter-ethnic violence.

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