Guinea Massacre Prosecutions Bring Hope for Justice

The indictment of a former minister and the prosecution of an army officer allegedly involved in events of September 28, 2009, during which more than 157 people were killed and dozens of women were subjected to rape and other sexual crimes is an indication that the battle against impunity in Guinea is being won.

  • Guinea:   'Fear Has Switched Sides'

    UNIRIN, 1 October 2012

    Three years after a stadium massacre in the Guinean capital Conakry in which hundreds of people were killed, injured and raped during a military crackdown on a rally to protest… Read more »

Security forces clashed with protestors in Conakry. (file photo)