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A report by Amnesty Intenational accuses security forces in Guinea of taking advantage of the pretext of enforcing measures to curb against COVID-19 to escalate violence against civilians.
At least seven people have died during clashes between the population and law enforcement forces.
The rights group notes that a systematic crackdown against regime critics began in March.
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