World body to probe crackdown that left more than 150 opposition activists dead.
Almost a month has passed since presidential guard troops opened fire on an opposition rally in Guinea, killing scores.
But the relatives of the victims have still not been able to bury their loved ones.
The military government says soldiers killed 56 people during the protest, while the United Nations has said the real toll was more than 150.
Al Jazeera’s Yvonne Ndege meets families who believe the military has secretly disposed of at least 100 bodies to cover its tracks..