Guinea-Bissau Confirms 11 Killed In Failed Coup
Eleven people are presently known to have died in Tuesday’s bombed endeavor to oust President Umaro Sissoco Embaló, the government of Guinea-Bissau says.
Both soldiers and civilians are reported to be among the dead.
A major investigation has been sent off to track down the unidentified shooters.
The military has since been watching the roads of the capital.
Shops and banks have been resuming however there are not many clients at the business sectors in Bissau.
The area encompassing the main government complex – the site of a five-hour firearm fight – is as yet shut off.
Guinea-Bissau is a center for cocaine dealing between Latin America and Europe, driving numerous to theorize that the upset was crafted by drug packs.