Large explosions and gunfire are reported in the Gabonese capital Libreville as security forces clash with supporters of opposition presidential candidate Jean Ping protesting the election results indicating a narrow victory by President Ali Bongo Ondimba.
Ali Bongo is re-elected President of Gabon. 2016-08-31, with context: Ali Bongo Ondimba, Gabon
Both President Ali Bongo Ondimba and his main challenger, former Foreign Minister Jean Ping, say they won yesterday's election for a seven-year term as president. Official results are expected Tuesday. 2016-08-28, with context: Ali Bongo Ondimba, Jean Ping
At least 45 people drown and 60 are missing after a boat carrying Nigerian migrants capsizes and sinks off shore from Libreville, Gabon. 2013-03-21, with context: Gabon, Libreville
The president of Gabon Ali Bongo calls for calm following clashes between police and anti-government protesters and a subsequent attack on an opposition television station. 2012-08-17, with context: Ali Bongo Ondimba, Gabon
The African Union choose Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma of South Africa as its leader, making her the first woman to occupy the post, in a hard fought battle with incumbent Jean Ping of Gabon. 2012-07-15, with context: Gabon, Jean Ping
Gabonese firefighters battle a blaze at the heart of Libreville as fire consumes the nation's largest market. 2009-09-15, with context: Gabon, Libreville
The state funeral in Libreville of former President of Gabon Omar Bongo is attended by dignitaries from 40 nations. 2009-06-16, with context: Gabon, Libreville
Ali Bongo Ondimba rejects calls for a recount. 2016-09-7, with context: Ali Bongo Ondimba
Ten people are injured following clashes between anti-government protesters and police in Gabon. 2012-08-16, with context: Gabon
The head of the African Union, Jean Ping, arrives in Guinea-Bissau after the country's army chief claims to have foiled a military coup. 2011-12-28, with context: Jean Ping
the Context. Created by Bright Future. Made in Poland.
This page is distributed under CC BY-SA 3.0 and available in many API formats: Markdown, HTML, JSON & XML.
Content history on GitHub. Service status on Updown. Push nofitications via Twitter.
News text from Wikipedia® Current Events Portal is available under the
CC BY-SA 3.0; additional terms may apply. Description meta-tag text from news sources is explicitly public record and constitutes fair use, but may contain registered trademarks of third parties; additional terms may apply. Names of the news sources are registered trademarks of respective media organisations.
By using this site, you agree to the