The arrest of several army officers in Guinea is not linked to elections, according to the country's army chief.
Former Guinean military leader Moussa Dadis Camara and ten others go on trial for their alleged involvement in a massacre of anti-government demonstrators in 2009.
Guinea declares an end to the outbreak of the Marburg virus disease in the country.
The African Union suspends Guinea in response to last week's military coup.
Heavy gunfire is heard in Conakry, Guinea, as soldiers seal off and block the main bridge connecting to the Kaloum neighborhood, which houses the Presidential Palace. President Alpha Condé is arrested and taken away by special forces soldiers but appears to be unharmed. Three soldiers are reportedly killed.
Guinea reports West Africa's first death from the Marburg virus after a person died from viral hemorrhagic fever.
Guinea declares a new Ebola epidemic after three people died and four others became ill in the country’s southeast.
Eight members of an Ebola awareness team are killed by rioting villagers in a remote area of southeastern Guinea.
The Guinean junta appoints opposition leader Jean-Marie Doré as the new prime minister.
Guinea's junta chief Moussa Dadis Camara arrives in Burkina Faso after being hospitalised in Morocco.
Guinea's interim leader, General Sékouba Konaté, proposes a unity government led by a Prime Minister from the opposition. [http:--www.guardian.co.uk-world-2010-jan-07-guinea-unity-government-camara-shooting ("The Guardian")] [http:--www.apanews.net-apa.php?page=show_article_eng&id_article=115089 (African Press Agency)]date=August 2019