November 18 2010
Guinea's army and police forces have been deployed nationwide after violence sparked by a disputed runoff presidential election, Bloomberg News reports.
The military declared a state of emergency on Wednesday.
At least seven people were reportedly killed since Alpha Conde was declared the winner of the Nov. 7 vote.
Opposition candidate former Prime Minister Cello Dalein Diallo has contested the results and alleged torture of his supporters by Guinean forces.
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