Mothers in Guinea rally against police violence

They demand justice for their children, killed during protests against a proposed constitutional change.


    In Guinea, hundreds of women have taken part in a rally to demand justice for their children who were killed in opposition protests.

    For more than a month, thousands have been demonstrating against a possible change to the constitution, which could allow President Alpha Conde to seek a third term.

    Protesters say the proposed change will push Guinea into a dictatorship

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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