Nzérékoré

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N’zérékoré

 

a city in southeastern Guinea, the capital of N’zérékoré Region. Population, 8,600 (1964). The city is a road junction and has an airport. N’zérékoré is the center of an agricultural region producing palm oil, coffee, cocoa, and tobacco. Timber is raised and there is a woodworking industry. Large iron ore deposits are located in the Nimba Mountains east of the city.

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Meanwhile a curfew was imposed in N'Zerekore, Guinea's second-largest city, a day after 20 people were injured during a protest by market stall holders against a team of health workers sent, without notice, to spray their market with disinfectant.
Troops have imposed a curfew in the southeastern city of N'Zerekore, following deadly violence waged between members of the rival Guerze community and the Konianke tribe.
The violence was reportedly triggered by the beating death of a Konianke youth accused of theft by a Guerze security guard at a gas station on Sunday in the village of Koule, near N'Zerekore, close to the border of Ivory Coast.
Violence broke out between the Guerze and Konianke tribes on Monday in the forest region in and around the West African nation's second largest town N'zerekore.
Other cities--Kankan, Kamsar, Boke, Kindia, N'Zerekore, Macenta, Mamou, Faranah, Siguiri, Dalaba, Labe, Gueckedou, Pita.
Population of largest prefectures--Gueckedou (487,017), Boke (366,915), Kindia (361,117), N'Zerekore (328,347), Macenta (365,559).
Juana); International Center for Research on Tropical Infections, N'Zerekore, Guinea (A.
A The 36 detainees made their escape this week after taking advantage of heavy rain which had fallen on the southeast city of N'Zerekore, where the prison was located, the authorities reported.
The legal cases that stemmed from the October 2005 violence between the predominantly Muslim Koniankes and the predominantly Christian Guerzes in N'Zerekore in the Forest Region were all dropped.
Efficacy of antimalarial treatment in Guinea: in vivo study of two artemisinin combination therapies in Dabola and molecular markers of resistance to sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine in N'Zerekore.
In October 2005 there was religiously motivated violence between the predominantly Muslim Koniankes and the predominantly Christian Guerzes in N'Zerekore in the Forest Region.
Other cities--Gueckedou, Boke, Kindia, N'Zerekore, Macenta, Mamou, Kankan, Faranah, Siguiri, Dalaba, Labe, Pita, Kamsar.