The president of the Guinean transition has pledged that the oft-postponed trial relating to the terrible repression of 2009 will finally take place by this September. A decision that contrasts with the favourable treatment reserved by the transitional authorities for Colonel Claude Pivi and former president Moussa Dadis Camara. [...] (618 words)
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