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Al Jazeera 14 Jan 2020

Guinea protest: Rallies against President Alpha Conde's bid to extend term


At least two people have been killed during the anti-government protests in Guinea.

For almost three months, thousands have been demonstrating against a possible change to the constitution that could allow President Alpha Conde to seek a third term.

The protesters say government forces have used undue force, while the government says it will investigate the killings.

Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.

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