Gabon is latest African country to suspend French news media
Officials in Gabon temporarily suspended French government media outlets including TV5 Monde, France 24 and Radio France International (RFI).
Officials said the outlets were shut because they did not show justice and equality during the general election that took place on Saturday.
Radio France expressed concern about election problems after the vote, especially because of the lack of internet and the imposition of curfew.
A government spokesman, Rodrigue Mboumba Bissawou, said the internet was shut down and curfew imposed to prevent the spread of violence after the election.
Countries like Burkina Faso, Mali and the Republic of Niger where the military overthrew the civilian government have suspended the French media, especially Rfi and France 24.