Guinea's Military Leader Travels to Morocco After Shooting

Published on 04 December 2009

Aid groups are drafting contingency plans for as many as half-a-million civilians who could be displaced if Guinea's political instability worsens. (..) Thomas Yanga directs operations in West Africa for the UN's World Food Program. "The future of the country is unclear and the security situation remains very unstable," Yanga said. "A deterioration of the situation leading to population displacement could potentially affect the sub-region."

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