Internet and broadcasting services disrupted during coup in Gabon

[IFEX - Africa] - 11/01/2019
RSF is asking Gabonese authorities to allow for the free flow of news and information and to give journalists the freedom to work amid the turmoil following a coup attempt earlier this week.
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