UN report on massacre in Guinea
The Guardian reports today that UN investigators have looked into the massacre at the national football stadium in Guinea on 28 September 2009. Soldiers sealed the exits of the stadium and then attacked the many thousands who had gathered there to protest. The report finds that there is sufficient reason to presume the direct criminal responsibility of the leader of the military junta.
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