Up to 80 people, including soldiers, are arrested in Guinea after a failed assassination attempt on President Alpha Condé on 19 July.
The military junta led by Colonel Mamady Doumbouya announces an indefinite nightly curfew in the country, and says that Guinea's governors will be replaced by regional commanders of the military. The junta also refuses to issue a timeline for the release of deposed President Alpha Condé, saying that the former leader still has "access to medical care and his doctors".
Preliminary results show Alpha Condé winning Guinea's latest presidential election. The announcement sparks violent protests in the capital Conakry.
Citizens in Guinea head to the polls as incumbent Alpha Condé seeks another term facing off against the only other candidate, Cellou Dalein Diallo of the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea political party.
Guinea's president Alpha Condé announces a postponement of both the general election and referendum slated for March 1. A new date isn't given yet.
Guinea's constitutional court validates President Alpha Condé's October 11, 2015, re-election victory. The court dismissed complaints lodged by opposition candidates.
The Guinea electoral commission reports that the President of Guinea Alpha Conde has won the election with 58 per cent of the vote.
Millions of Guineans vote peacefully in the West African country's second free election since gaining independence from France nearly 60 years ago. Ballot counting started; the provisional outcome is not expected until the end of this week, an official said. Incumbent President Alpha Conde is expected to win reelection.
Forces loyal to Guinean President Alpha Condé repel an attack by unknown assailants on his residence in Conakry.
The Supreme Court of Guinea confirms Alpha Condé as winner of November's presidential poll following a state of emergency and fraud allegations made by ex-president Cellou Dalein Diallo.
After Alpha Condé was declared the first democratically elected president of Guinea, at least nine people have been killed during riots in Guinea’s capital, Conakry.