Guinea-Conakry is planning a law to secure 30 percent of shares in the country's bauxite mines, against the wishes of foreign investors.
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The votes in Guinea's presidential election are being tallied. Polling day passed off peacefully despite recent clashes, the country's history of election violence linked to ethnic tensions and fears of electoral fraud.
At least a dozen people have been wounded in Guinea as tensions rose ahead of elections. The West African country is due to hold the first round of its second-ever democratic vote for president on Sunday.
Voters in the west African nation of Guinea are casting their ballots after widespread pre-election violence. Riot police and observers are monitoring the vote after an opposition call to postpone the poll failed.
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