The UK-based rights group said Guinean security forces fired live rounds against protesters during post-election unrest that has killed at least 10 people.
A Police officer clears debris from the road during a mass protest in Conakry, Guinea [John Wessels/AFP]
Amnesty International says security forces in Guinea fired live rounds at protesters during post-election unrest that have killed at least 10 people in the country.
In a statement on Sunday, the United Kingdom-based rights group said witness statements and video analysis confirmed protesters were targeted.
Amnesty also condemned internet disruptions during the deadly violence.
President Alpha Conde, 82, won a controversial third presidential term – which requires confirmation by the Constitutional Court – with 59.49 percent of the votes, Guinea’s electoral commission