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Guinea army has orders to shoot rioters, looters

Soldiers and police in Guinea were under orders to shoot anti-government rioters and looters on Wednesday as they searched homes for stolen firearms on the second day of martial law in the West African country. The world’s No. 1 bauxite exporter is under military authority after President Lansana Conte declared a state of siege to halt a wave of protests that accompanied the restart by unions on Monday of a general strike, the second this year. Full Story

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