One dead in Guinea election clash
"One body was brought to the hospital from Coyah," said Hadja Fatou Sikhe Camara, chief of the hospital situated in the suburb of Donka.
Violence broke out Thursday in Coyah, 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the capital, with supporters of candidates Sidya Toure and Cellou Dalein Diallo, hurling rocks at each other.
The two former prime ministers are frontrunners among 24 hopefuls in Sunday's poll which will be the first democratic election in the west African nation since independence in 1958.
Some unconfirmed media reports said four people died in the violence.
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