[Your reactions] How to put an end to the trivialization of rape?

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Guinean dignitaries (ministers, governor of Conakry, secretary general for religious affairs) gather in front of the coffin of M'mah Sylla, all repatriated from Tunisia, at Conakry airport, Tuesday, November 23, 2021. © Matthias Raynal / RFI

By: Anne Cantener Follow

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Social networks ignite following the death of M'mah Sylla, after a rape and an abortion in Guinea.

As after the controversy around Miss Senegal last week or, three months ago in Côte d'Ivoire when rape was mimed live on television.

Anger is mounting against the culture and the trivialization of rape.

Is speech freeing itself?

Do the victims dare to denounce their attackers in your country?

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