Activists accuse officials of sexism after a woman is jailed for secretly photographing a nude model.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta was declared the victor after a second round of voting and despite his opponents’ claims of electoral fraud.
A German mother and her partner have been jailed for selling the woman's son, now 10 years old, to pedophiles on the internet.
Oleg Sentsov, jailed in Russia for 20 years on terror charges, began the protest on 14 May.
Once called the "first rock'n'roll vice-president", Amado Boudou now faces almost six years in jail.
The secretary of state also will push for strict enforcement of sanctions against North Korea at a meeting of Southeast Asian nations.
Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, with a flush campaign fund and a raft of challengers, is likely to be re-elected, in part because violence could keep people from the polls.