Portal:Current events/May 2007

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This is an archived version of Wikipedia's Current events Portal from May 2007.

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  • Guinean soldiers riot in the capital Conakry after the President of Guinea Lansana Conté fails to attend a meeting to discuss grievances over their pay and conditions. (BBC)
  • A bomb placed on a bicycle was detonated in a bazaar in İzmir, Turkey wounding fifteen people just a day before the scheduled "republic protest" in the city. One of the wounded was in a critical condition and later died in the hospital while most of the others were lightly wounded and were released from the hospital the same day. (Hürriyet)
  • At least 33 people are killed and 120 are injured in violent protests organized by the political organization Muttahida Qaumi Movement (led by exiled Altaf Hussain) in the Pakistani city of Karachi. (BBC) (CNN)
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