The 2013 Annual Report on
Guinea is now live »
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Three protesters have been killed during clashes between police and demonstrators at an oppostion rally in Conakry.
Several people have died and over 50 people have been arbitrarily detained as military and police use excessive force as part of a post-election crackdown.
Guinean authorities must investigate reports that police used excessive force to quell election protests, leaving one person dead, about 60 injured and more than ...
Four soldiers held in Guinea since January 2009, were released on 7 April after 15 months of detention. No charge was ever held against them.
Urgent Action AFR 29/008/2010
A male soldier from Guinea, who had been detained incommunicado without charge in the capital Conakry for almost five months, was released in early January 2010 ...
Urgent Action AFR 29/009/2010
1) Giving life without risk 2) Livewire: The daily struggle in Haiti camps; Amnesty International defends Guinea research against French government criticism; Evaluating ...
Newsletter NWS 21/002/2010
Six of the soldiers held without charge in Guinea were released in January and February. The four still detained remain at risk of torture or other ill-treatment ...
Urgent Action AFR 29/005/2010