Guinean Press Agency

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The Guinean Press Agency (French: Agence Guinéenne de Presse) (AGP) is a press agency in Guinea. It was run by the government under Sékou Touré and provided daily news updates to the other government officials and international diplomatic corps.[1] A revitalized press emerged during the coup of April 1984. The agency is still active as of November 2015.


  1. ^ O'Toole, Thomas; Baker, Janice E. (2005). Historical Dictionary of Guinea. Volume 94 of African historical dictionaries, Scarecrow Press. p. 3. ISBN 0-8108-4634-9. 

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