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World - Family`s 50-year rule challenged in Gabon


Gabon`s electoral commission determined incumbent Ali Bongo won a tight presidential race.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:49

Yahoo

World - Clashes erupt in Gabon after Bongo re-election announced


Libreville (AFP) - Security forces clashed with protestors in Gabon`s capital Libreville on Wednesday shortly after authorities announced the re-election of President Ali Bongo by a narrow majority, an AFP reporter said.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:47

Yahoo

World - Gabon provisional results show president wins re-election


LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) — Provisional results show that Gabon`s incumbent president Ali Bongo Ondimba has won re-election.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:43

Yahoo

World - Gabon President Bongo wins re-election: interior minister


LIBREVILLE (Reuters) - Gabon President Ali Bongo won re-election in a hotly contested weekend election with 49.80 percent of ballots cast, according to final results announced by Interior Minister Pacome Moubelet Boubeya on Wednesday. Bongo`s chief rival Jean Ping, who had already announced he won the vote, came second with 48.23 percent, Moubelet said, amid turnout of 59.46 percent of the oil producing country`s roughly 600,000 voters. Election commission members from the opposition rejected the result. (Reporting by Gerauds Wilfried Obangome; writing by Joe Bavier; editing by Mark Heinrich)


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:28

Yahoo

World - Bongo to be declared winner of Gabon election


Gabon`s president Ali Bongo was set to be declared winner of last weekend`s contested election, electoral commission members said Thursday, in a result that risks inflaming tensions in the Central African nation. The election commission met Wednesday to review the results and several members confirmed to AFP that Bongo would be declared winner. Any appeal by Ping would be likely to focus on disputed results in one of the country`s nine provinces -- the Haut-Ogooue, the heartland of Bongo`s Teke ethnic group.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:13

BBC

Africa - Gabon poll: Ali Bongo beats Jean Ping in contested poll


President Ali Bongo has been declared winner of Gabon presidential election beating his main rival Jean Ping who has refused to accept the results.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:48

Yahoo

World - Gabon`s Ali Bongo narrowly wins second term: minister


libreville (Gabon) (AFP) - Gabon`s President Ali Bongo has narrowly won a second term in office, taking 49.80 of the vote against 48.23 percent for his rival Jean Ping, Interior Minister Pacome Moubelet-Boubeya said Wednesday.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  16:37

Yahoo

World - Saudi Arabia says Houthis will not be allowed to take over Yemen


Saudi Arabia`s foreign minister said on Wednesday the Iranian-allied Houthi movement would not be allowed to take over Yemen, as he accused Iran of seeking to sow unrest around the region. The head of a Houthi-backed ruling council pledged readiness on Monday to resume negotiations on ending Yemen`s war but reserved the right to resist attacks by a Saudi-backed exiled government seeking to unseat it. U.N.-sponsored talks to try to end 18 months of fighting collapsed in failure this month and the Houthi movement and allied forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh resumed shelling into neighbouring Saudi Arabia.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  08:36

Yahoo

World - Gabon electoral commission count shows Bongo winner: sources


A Gabon electoral commission count on Wednesday put Gabon president Ali Bongo as winner with 49.85 percent of the vote compared with rival Jean Ping`s 48.16 percent, two sources inside the commission and a spokeswoman for Ping said on Wednesday. The European Union, meanwhile, in a statement on Wednesday called for Gabon to publish `detailed results` for every polling station and urged all actors to help keep the peace.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  12:35

Yahoo

World - Tensions high as tight Gabon vote enters final stretch


Tensions ran high as Gabon`s presidential vote entered a final stretch Wednesday, with the nation awaiting official results in an election both the incumbent Ali Bongo and his main rival claimed to have won. The oil-rich country`s interior minister is due to announce the official result after a meeting of the Cenap electoral commission, which began on Wednesday morning, according to an AFP journalist. Two EU election observers were asked to leave the room where electoral commission delegates gathered from both Bongo and his rival Jean Ping`s camps -- a day after final results had initially been due.


Wednesday, August 31, 2016  11:46

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