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Senegal shuts off internet for second day as president postpones February elections
Internet shutdowns in Senegal continued for a second day as the country’s government, led by President Macky Sall, officially moved elections scheduled this month to the end of the year. The Minister of Communications released an order on Sunday suspending mobile internet, and connectivity watchdogs NetBlocks and CloudFlare confirmed that access was indeed being throttled.
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