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Wednesday, 12 September, 2001, 15:42 GMT 16:42 UK
Africans condolences and caution
From Stokos Daboh in Guinea Conakry:

On behalf of all Sierra Leoneans here in Guinea, I wish to seize this opportunity to express my profound sympathy to the government and people of the United States. And I would like to assure the USA that Tuesday's terrorist attacks are totally opposed by everyone here. We hope and pray that those responsible will be brought to justice.

From Azariah Golay:

I am very sorry for the unforeseen accident that occurred in the United States of America. I condemn this devilish act against the sweet people of America. I call upon the whole world to condemn whoever is behind this and I pray that Uncle Sam will find the doer and let them pay for it with their blood.

From Ernesto Earl Clark, a Liberian student in the US:

The latest terrorist attack on the US should be condemned by all those who believe in democracy and the rule of law. This act of terrorism is insane. Let's condemn the attack.

Ishamel Bash Kamara from the University of Ghana:

The four planes that crashed in the US are an indication that the great United States of America has to be very careful with the way it handles world affairs. I do sympathise with the families of the victims, but at the same time I I am bound to confess that the militant George Bush has to be very careful in conducting the affairs of the world.

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