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Medical staff flee troubled Guinea-Bissau

West African regional bloc ECOWAS plans to send more than 600 troops to Guinea-Bissau in coming days with orders to protect people and institutions after a military coup there earlier this month, a senior ECOWAS source said on Wednesday. Reports state several doctors and nurses …
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