By SOF Editor on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 11:42am
Guinea's military government has arrested a prominent human rights official while United Nations investigators are in the country to find out what happened when more than 150 opposition protestors were killed two months ago.
Soldiers detained human rights leader Mouctar Diallo when he returned to the capital, Conakry, after a visit to his home village.
Diallo's wife, Djenabou Diallo, says he was arrested on Thursday by men from the special service against banditry and the fight against drugs. She says she has been denied permission to see him.
Tierno Madjou Sow, President of Guinea'