Guinea jails protest leaders up to 12 months, lawyers plan appeal

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A court in Conakry Guinea has jailed protest leaders for up to one year. The court found them guilty of spearheading a wave of unauthorized protests on October 14 claiming 10 lives.

Supporters say their spirit is not cast down. Abdoulaye Oumou Sow is a journalist and blogger. He was one of three found not guilty.

"I feel like I am on the outside of the world. I do not feel liberated because my comrades are in prison. I go out with great difficulty because Guinean citizens died without any inv…
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