Nightly mobile network disruption has been detected in a Bahraini village at the centre of recent protests, an advocacy group has said.
Bahrain Watch has published a report in which it describes disruption to 3G and 4G networks in the village of Duraz.
Anti-government protests have been held in Duraz, which is home to Shia Muslim cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Phone calls and SMS messages functioned normally during tests by Bahrain Watch, but data services were not available.
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