Protests have continued since Monday with decreasing intensity.
"We have received seven bodies in various hospitals since Monday, all were killed on the spot or shot and wounded before succumbing their injuries later," a medical officer told Reuters.
A government spokesman was not available for comment.
A coalition of opposition groups said on Wednesday that in all 10 people have been killed since Monday. It provided a list of the dead that included a 14-year-old schoolboy called Boubacar Diallo.
It said in a statement that 70 others had been wounded by bullets and that 200 people had been arrested.
Conde’s second and final five-year term expires in 2020 but the 81-year-old leader has refused to rule out running again. He asked his government last month to look into drafting a new constitution, bringing calls from opposition leaders for a series of demonstrations starting this week.
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