One hundred and fifty-six killed, 109 women raped and tortured, this is the disastrous assessment of the massacre of September 28, 2009, the trial of which opened today in Conacry.
Captain Dadis Camara, at the head of the military junta 13 years ago, will be confronted with 600 civil parties.
Will justice be rendered to them under the gaze of the international community?
Answer in We go further with Bruno Daroux and Zyad Limam.
We also look at the consequences of the leaks from the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea, which should last “at least a week”.