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Above, Zambian-born Spencer Chiimbwe talks about basic human rights for Guinea during a rally for Guinea at a park near the United Nations in Dec 2009. Right, Malian-born Bourema Niambele also addresses the rally.

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Dynamic Mutualiste
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Guinean Red Cross / Croix-Rouge Guinéenne
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