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Access to the main social networks was disrupted, and news websites, radio and television were targeted. All demonstrations continued to be banned except those in favour of the transitional authorities. Security forces killed demonstrators and arbitrarily arrested journalists. Four people were convicted in the M’Mah Sylla case. The authorities launched legal proceedings on marine pollution.

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