Colleague of Guinean researcher killed in France calls for justice
25 July 2019 | 11:48 am
At a university in Conakry, colleagues and students of Guinean researcher Mamoudou Barry ask for justice after Barry was killed in an attack in Rouen, France, on Friday.
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