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Saturday, October 17, 2009
IRIN Africa | West Africa | Guinea-Bissau | GUINEA-BISSAU: Fighting crime without police or prisons | Economy Governance Conflict Urban Risk | News Item
While Guinea Bissau has been quite lately,
provides an overview of how its ability to combat crime is almost nil.
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