Guinea: thirteen years later, the trial of the Conakry stadium massacre

The former junta leader and ten other defendants are expected to stand trial for the September 28, 2009 abuses. Article written by France Televisions Writing Africa Published on 09/27/2022 12:32 Reading time : 2 min. In exile since 2009, the former head of the military junta, Moussa Dadis Camara, is back in Guinea to answer … Read more

Guinea: victims of the September 28 massacre see the hour of trial coming

Hundreds of Guineans have been waiting 13 years for the trial of former junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara and those responsible for the appalling massacre committed on September 28, 2009. That time has come. Victims and relatives will be numerous to rush on this Wednesday, anniversary date, before a brand new court barely completed in … Read more

Guinea: day marked by a ceremony but also anger, one year after the coup

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Published on : 09/05/2022 – 23:16 A year after the coup that overthrew Alpha Condé, the military in power, led by Mamadi Doumbouya, wanted to give, on this day of September 5, ” a special box “, despite a mixed record. The country is going through an economic crisis with a sharp rise in prices … Read more

The Bad Example of Faure Gnassingbé’s Third Term Sets Senegal on Fire After Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea | icilome

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“Tell me what you believe you are and I will tell you what you are not”. In his Diary, Henri-Frédéric AMIEL exposes the stinking consciences that cover themselves with lace like protective coats, letting their gloomy faces appear in the bright sun, the hideous nature of which no one suspects. The high-sounding titles with which … Read more

In Guinea, FNDC leaders tried for “contempt of court and public insults”

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Three leaders of a collective in Guinea have been charged and imprisoned for “contempt of court”, Thursday, July 7, before a trial scheduled for Friday in Conakry, where their supporters defied the junta’s ban on demonstrations, protesting their arrest. These demonstrations, which began on Tuesday evening, are among the first since the military came to … Read more

The bad example of Faure Gnassingbé’s third term inflames Senegal after Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea | icilome

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“Tell me what you believe you are and I will tell you what you are not”. In his Diary, Henri-Frédéric AMIEL exposes the stinking consciences that cover themselves with lace like protective coats, letting their gloomy faces appear in the bright sun, the hideous nature of which no one suspects. The high-sounding titles with which … Read more

Guinea: 17 police officers injured after violent demonstrations

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Seventeen police officers were injured, one of them seriously, after violent spontaneous demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday in Conakry which followed the brutal arrest of three leaders of a collective, Guinean police said on Wednesday (July 6th) in a press release. Clashes between security forces and groups of young people erupted in suburban neighborhoods of … Read more