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  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226350.jpg
    Guinea has been plagued since mid-October by demonstrations against the intention attributed to President Alpha Condé, elected in 2010 then reelected in 2015, to run for a third term in late 2020. The referendum on a new Constitution, and its coupling with legislative postponed several times, are part of Mr. Condé's plan to carry out his project, accuses the FNDC, the collective of parties and civil society opposed to a possible third term of Mr. Condé. At least 31 civilians and one gendarme have been killed since. Photo: People's Palace in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226351.jpg
    Tombolia market, Guinea conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226352.jpg
    Children cross in front of a police SUV.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226353.jpg
    A man walks through portal of a house in the center of Conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226354.jpg
    Young people pass on Pick Up in the center of Conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226355.jpg
    Fish sellers on the Matam market in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226356.jpg
    Fish sellers on the Matam market in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226357.jpg
    Matam market in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226358.jpg
    Port of Boulbinet in Conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226359.jpg
    Mobile Gendarmerie N18 squadron in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226360.jpg
    military press (DIRPA) in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226361.jpg
    The entrance to the conference hall of the people's palace.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226362.jpg
    Opening of a new gendarmerie research section post, Conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226363.jpg
    Armored police on the streets of Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226364.jpg
    Armored police on the streets of Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226365.jpg
    Map of Guinea Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226366.jpg
    Armored police on the streets of Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226367.jpg
    a phone card seller on the streets of Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226368.jpg
    Portrait of Alpha Condé in the main police station in Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226369.jpg
    A child walks past graffiti from the RPG (Rally of the People of Guinea).
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226370.jpg
    A motorcycle passes in the district of Tombolia in Guinea Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226371.jpg
    Electoral panel in the center of Conakry.
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226372.jpg
    A man crosses the Tombolia district in Guinea Conakry
  • Guinea Conakry before the elections and the referendum.
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0226373.jpg
    A landfill in the middle of Tombolia, conakry Guinea
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225740.jpg
    the police divisions were preparing to go to Wanindara and crossed the whole city to finally park near the site of the demonstrations with small trucks carrying troops. Tear gas has been used more than 15 times against young demonstrators throwing stones. At least 2 police officers were injured and on the opposition side, there were 2 dead and several seriously injured.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225741.jpg
    Alpha Oumar Keita 16 years old was injured on February 28 at 7 p.m. by a tear gas canister fire by the police in his neighborhood in Hamdallaye. He was taken to the national hospital in critical condition.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225742.jpg
    a senior opposition official shows on his phone the photo of Alpha Oumar Keïta's injury taken after the demonstrations in Conakry, February 29, 2020.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225743.jpg
    Dieng Habib, 26, claims to have been chased in his neighborhood by white government 4x4s who dropped him from his motorcycle.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225744.jpg
    Alpha Amadou Bah is trying to find a position to relieve his leg, injured by two rounds of police bullets, at the headquarters of an opposition party in the capital.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225745.jpg
    Youssouf Bah, a sheet metal worker in the Wanindara district, says that he received a rifle bullet fired by the police while he was working in his workshop.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225746.jpg
    Wounded people wait to be taken care of by doctors in an improvised clinic at the headquarters of the first opposition party.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225747.jpg
    Lamran Bah, vice-president of the "Axis" youth association, said he was arrested at his home in Kipé, then jailed and tortured by law enforcement in Conakry.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225748.jpg
    Family members of Kadiatou Bah, a 34-year-old housewife who died after a miscarriage caused by a police raid in her neighborhood, meditate in front of her coffin.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225749.jpg
    Young people from the Hamdallaye neighborhood and members of opposition parties were present at the funeral of Kadiatou Bah to help bury the tomb of the deceased.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225750.jpg
    Young people from the Hamdallaye neighborhood and members of opposition parties were present at the funeral of Kadiatou Bah to help bury the tomb of the deceased.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225751.jpg
    In the districts of Hamdallaye and Bambeto, the cradles of revolts in the suburbs of the capital, police force the demonstrators out of a barricade and exchange stone throws along the "axis of democracy". This is how the demonstrators renamed the Le Prince road, this large avenue which winds through Conakry and its suburbs and on which all the demonstrations take place.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225752.jpg
    Mamadou Djouma Bah, the husband of the deceased meditates on the freshly dug grave.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225753.jpg
    "Alpha Condé has always repressed the demonstrations in blood since he came to power and never wanted an investigation to be launched into this violence," explains Cellou Diallo, the leader of the opposition and president of the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG). Requested, the Guinean Ministry of Security did not wish to answer our questions

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225754.jpg
    Initially scheduled for Sunday March 1, 2020, the legislative and referendum elections are postponed to an indefinite date, announced on February 28 President Alpha Condé. The next day, the police patrol the "axis of democracy" and go to confrontation with the young demonstrators.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225755.jpg
    Police prevent protesters from advancing on the "axis of democracy" by firing regular rounds of tear gas canisters in the narrow alleys of Hamdallaye.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225756.jpg
    Surprised by the tear gas from the grenades fired by the police, a mother and her family flee the clashes.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225757.jpg
    A police brigade orders a group of young protesters on motorcycles arriving behind them to back off before firing several tear gas canisters.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225758.jpg
    a tired and injured policeman leaving the demonstration in the Wanindara district in a police SUV.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225759.jpg
    The young man tried to escape brawls in his neighborhood, but was hit in the neck by a tear gas canister.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • Conakry: protesters face police violence
    Guinea
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0225760.jpg
    Young Alpha Oumar Keïta, 16, hit behind the ear by a tear gas canister, is evacuated, unconscious, from the headquarters of an opposition party to be taken to the national hospital.

    Since mid-October, the capital of Guinea has been living to the rhythm of urban guerrilla scenes between young demonstrators of the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution and the police. They protest against the will of President Alpha Condé to run for a third term by changing the Constitution. At least thirty people have perished in the clashes since the end of 2019
  • 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.
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