The Latest: Guinea to mourn victims of attack on luxury hotel in neighboring Mali

The latest on the attack on a hotel in the Malian capital of Bamako. (All times local):


10 a.m.

Guinea President Alpha Conde says he will announce a three-day mourning period for victims of Friday's attack on a luxury hotel in neighboring Mali's capital that killed 19 people.

Speaking at the headquarters of his political party Sunday, Conde also urged residents to be vigilant and report anyone who looks suspicious.

"When you see a foreigner in your area and you don't know his destination, you need to ask him and if he doesn't give good information call the authorities," Conde said.

Guinea has not been attacked or threatened by Islamic extremists so far.

Conde did not specify when the mourning would begin. Mali's mourning period begins at midnight.