Ankara expresses concern after the military seizes power in the west African country.
The army's statement came hours after heavy gunfire broke out near the presidential palace in the capital Conakry, with several sources saying an elite national army unit led by a former French legionnaire, Mamady Doumbouya, was behind the unrest.
Tit-for-tat killings between Muslims and Christians of northern Nigeria have renewed but local elders are trying to resolve the differences as the government is playing a fencesitter role.
The latest attack comes just days after three other groups of hostages were freed when large ransom payments were reportedly made.
Local communities in Nigeria's Delta Region have spent years waiting for lawsuits against foreign oil companies for environmental damages. Tensions are rising again after a new law was made public.
Senegal smuggling boat sinks leaving one dead, 11 rescued and 48 people remain missing off the coast of Senegal, the latest tragedy in a country where untold thousands have tried to migrate to Europe by sea.
The gunmen released 32 students kidnapped from a Baptist school, a day after nearly 100 pupils snatched from an Islamic seminary in northwest Niger State were reunited with their parents after three months in captivity.
Around 1,000 students have been kidnapped in the west African country since December after gangs started to hit schools. Most have been released after negotiations, but scores are still being held in forest camps.
The attack carried out by hundreds of Boko Haram fighters in the village of Baroua in southeast Niger wounded nine others, Nigeria's Defence Ministry says.
Parents raised and paid an undisclosed ransom to free the students, who were among more than 100 taken on July 5 from Bethel Baptist High School, officials say.
Suspected militants linked to Daesh terror group kill 17 people and wound five others in the village of Theim of western Tillaberi region, officials say.
National flag lowered to half-mast at the parliament, presidency and government offices in capital Ouagadougou following Wednesday’s deadly raid in Burkina’s Sahel region that killed 65 civilians and 15 gendarmes.
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