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Threats to Opposition Freedoms as President Considers Controversial Third Term

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Police and gendarmes confront protesters in Conakry on February 6, 2018 during a demonstration over contested local elections results. Guinea’s government has, since July 2018, effectively banned all street protests in Guinea, citing the risk to public se

Thousands of Homes Razed in Capital; Residents Denied Aid, Compensation

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Rubble of demolished homes in the Dar-Es-Salam neighborhood of Conakry, Guinea’s capital, on June 8, 2019.

Guinean and International Organizations Call for Trial to Take Place Without Delay

(Conakry) – No one has yet been tried for Guinea’s stadium massacre of September 28, in which at least 156 opposition supporters were killed and more than a hundred women were raped, five human rights organizations said today. The organizations are the…

Major Step Toward Justice for Stadium Protest Victims

(Nairobi, November 10, 2017) – The panel of Guinean judges investigating the September 28, 2009 massacre of more than 150 protesters and rape of 100 women by the security forces during a peaceful protest concluded their investigation on November 9 2017,…

Victims of Stadium Crimes Awaiting Trial

(Conakry) – Guinea should move ahead to deliver justice, truth, and reparation for the grave crimes committed on September 28, 2009, at a Conakry stadium, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Association of Victims, Parents and Friends of…