Guinea Bissau: Foreigners Flee Country After Coup

Apr 19, 2012 Full story:

Ziguinchor - Growing insecurity in Guinea Bissau, following the recent military coup d'tat, has left foreign nationals extremely concerned.

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Stevenage, UK

#1 Apr 24, 2012
look all this problems in our sub region is back by yaya jammeh of the gambia .this man should be out ,if not there will be no peace in cassamace and bissau .so macky sall should be careful and not to go by the words of yaya jammeh or will play the same game too him as he did to wada.
yaya jammeh aim is to create a jolla kindom

Mobile, AL

#2 Jun 17, 2012
"Foreigners Flee Country After Coup"

Do you really care? After all, they only suck the wealth out of your country. Do you really think that they care about your people? The answer is a resounding NO! They live in the best areas, own the better businesses, better jobs, make the most money, eat better food, etc. They are probably the ones who financially backed the coup through the backdoor..Now, why cry because of their departure?

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