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Guinea unions insist on new premier as talks resume

Union leaders in Guinea insisted on Wednesday that President Lansana Conte must name a new, neutral prime minister before they would lift a general strike which has led the government to impose martial law. Strike leaders demand that Conte, a reclusive diabetic in his 70s, cede power. They relaunched their nationwide stoppage after Conte chose a close ally, Eugene Camara, as prime minister despite having agreed to name a consensus figure. Full Story

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