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Soldiers in Guinea-Bissau attacked the residence of former Prime Minister and presidential election front-runner Carlos Gomes Junior on Thursday, April 12, in what regional ministers condemned as an attempted coup in the small West African state.

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Soldiers queue to vote in Guinea Bissau's presidential elections in the capital, Bissau in March 2012. Guinea-Bissau troops have staged a coup attempt, attacking the prime minister's residence and taking over ruling party headquarters and the national radio station. (AFP Photo/Phil Moore)

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Carlos Gomes Junior, Guinea Bissau's Prime Minister and president of the National Assembly, looks on during a rally at the Meteorological centre in Bissau in March 2012. Soldiers attacked the residence of the winner of the first round, Garlos Gomes Junior, whose whereabouts were unknown. (AFP Photo/Phil Moore)

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Residents going about their daly life on a street in Bissau, in March 2012. Gunshots and rocket-propelled grenades were fired in the darkened streets of the capital of the putsch-prone former Portuguese colony (AFP Photo/Issouf Sanogo)