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Moussa Dadis Camara (right) sits next to a co-accused during his trial in Conakry, Guinea.
"We are Guineans and we will judge Guineans”
In Guinea’s capital Conakry, the trial of the September 28, 2009 massacre started symbolically thirteen years after the crime, with a grand opening and a…
In a street in Conakry, Guinea, near the stadium, two men in military uniforms arrested a civilian. In the background are other men in uniform.
Guinea prepares for big stadium massacre trial
Thirteen years to the day after the Conakry stadium massacre, the trial of the alleged perpetrators is scheduled to begin this Wednesday, September 28. In…
The accused Moussa Dadis Camara faces (from behind) the judges during the September 28 trial in Guinea (Conakry).
Guinea massacre trial: the "Dadis Show" fails to happen
The entire country was eagerly awaiting the appearance of its former head of state, the main defendant in the trial concerning the September 28, 2009…
Moussa Dadis Camara exposes his version of events (for the Conkary stadium massacre in 2009) during the September 28 trial in Guinea.
Dadis Camara before a Guinean court: "What forgiveness will I ask for?”
This is the appearance that all Guineans have been waiting for. Will Moussa Dadis Camara, head of the junta at the time of the 2009…
At the court in Conakry (which is judging those responsible for the massacre at the September 28, 2009 stadium in Guinea), defendants face the judge and president Ibrahima Sory II Tounkara. The latter is seated on a podium with the colors of the Guinean flag.
At Conakry massacre trial, court reprimands "ethnic talk”
In Guinea, ethnicity has been mentioned several times during the hearings of defendants in the September 28, 2009 massacre trial. References to the parties’ ethnic…
Guineans watch a television broadcast of the September 28 trial in Conakry.
September 28 trial in Conakry: “It has become like a TV series”
The appearance of defendants in the September 28, 2009 massacre trial, which has been widely broadcast, has captivated Guineans for several weeks, with two effects.…
Aboubacar Sidiki Diakité, known as
At Conakry massacre trial, Toumba tells his "part of the truth”
Under questioning since October 19, Aboubacar Sidiki Diakité or "Toumba", a former aide-de-camp to Guinean junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara, has given his version of…
Moussa Tiegboro Camara stands on the stand next to his lawyer during his trial. He is accused of participating in the Conakry Stadium massacre in Guinea.
Defendants take the stand first at Conakry trial
In Guinea, the floor was given first to the defendants in the trial of the September 28 massacre. At the start of hearings on the…