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Gabonese soldiers said on radio President Bongo’s recent speech ‘reinforced doubts’ in his ability to rule
The attempted coup against Gabon’s President Ali Bongo has cast the spotlight on one of Africa’s most controversial leaders
President Bongo has been out of country since October amid reports suffering from a stroke
President invites his Rwandan, Gabonese counterparts to International Conference for Youth
Major players suffer from poor state of pitches in Gabon; CAF accused of delinquency
Four former champions will miss Afcon 2017, while Egypt returns to fight for the African title
In Libreville, Gabon, residents ventured out on the streets and surveyed damage after two days of riots sparked by a disputed presidential poll. There was little to choose between the main candidates, writes Dirke Köpp.
Security forces clashed with with anti-government protestors in Libreville after President Ali Bongo clinched a narrow election victory over opposition candidate Jean Ping. The opposition disputes Bongo’s victory.
The first goal was scored during minute 45 as a free-kick and the second goal was scored during minute 58
Emad Eddin to meet with local pharmaceutical companies to discuss impact of the dollar crisis and increasing medicine prices as a sovereign decision: Emad Eddin
The Gabonese president affirmed the importance of bolstering ties with Egypt during his Cairo visit
A South African delegation visits Egypt for the first time since Morsi’s ouster
The visit reflects Egypt’s keenness on developing relations with all African countries and not only Nile Basin countries, says foreign ministry spokesman