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  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225371.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225372.jpg
    A policeman injured by a stone in an alley in the Wanindara district, Conakry. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225373.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225374.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225375.jpg
    Young protesters throw stones in the distance in Wanindara, Conakry, The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225376.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225377.jpg
    Young protesters throw stones in the distance in Wanindara, Conakry, The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225378.jpg
    Police backing up an alley in Wanindara, Conakry. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225379.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225380.jpg
    Police backing up an alley in Wanindara, Conakry. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225381.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225382.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225383.jpg
    Portrait of Police Commissioner Gassimou Souma, Deputy Central Director of Public Security. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225384.jpg
    a tired policeman leaving a demonstration. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225385.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225386.jpg
    a policeman in front of an armored truck. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225387.jpg
    a policeman going to a demonstration and taking orders. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225388.jpg
    a lone policeman, a tear gas gun in his hand, in a suburb. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225389.jpg
    The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
  • Conakry clashes following banned protests
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225390.jpg
    a tired policeman leaving a demonstration in a police SUV. The Guinean opposition called for a gigantic demonstration across the capital, Conakry, on Thursday, March 5. However, the government had not yet given its authorization that day and the opposition backed down at midday, calling for a "dead city" movement, where no one was leaving. But the Wanindara district, a well-known suburb of the capital, had dozens or even hundreds of protesters clashing with local police. In the morning, the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the demonstration site with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers have been injured and the opposition is following cases of injured and even dead protesters, but this has not yet been verified by local authorities.
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