The authorities in Guinea say they will prosecute former President Alpha Condé for murder and other crimes committed during his time in office.
Mr. Condé, who is 84, was toppled in a military coup last September.
A document from Guinea’s public prosecutor says he is among 27 former senior officials who are facing a long list of alleged crimes that include murder, illegal detentions, abductions, torture, rape and kidnapping.
It seems the allegations relate to the final months of Mr. Condé’s time in office when the security forces were used to crush opposition to his third term, leaving dozens of people shot dead for taking to the streets. END