Guinea protests will continue after 150 people killed by army

by BBC News

Guineans fleeing from the site of the massacre. Photo: BBC

A leading Guinean opposition leader has said protests will continue in the country to get rid of what he called the “criminal” military regime.

Alpha Conde, head of the Rally of the People of Guinea party, said he would return there to “mobilise the people”.

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