Guinea Opposition Calls for New Protests After Five Killed

Guinea’s opposition convened a new series of anti-government demonstrations on Tuesday, after at least five protesters and a police officer were killed in clashes between security forces and opponents in the capital, Conakry. Demonstrators protested on Monday against a possible third term of President Alpha Condé. According to a hospital source, five young protesters were shot dead by police in the capital. The government said a policeman was also shot dead in the town of Mamou, east of Conakry.