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Gabon's opposition leader Jean Ping has called on the police and army to join in his fight against the contested re-election of President Ali Bongo.
Gabon's parliamentary elections, which had been due to take place this month, have been postponed for up to seven months, the interior ministry said, citing a lack of funds.
Lawyers have launched a suit in France claiming the government of Gabon committed "crimes against humanity" during days of violence following the central African country's disputed presidential election last month.
Gabon's ex-justice minister, Seraphin Moundounga, who resigned from his position earlier this week has made a startling claim that there has been attempts on his life since he made the announcement, a report says.
Gabon has the lowest trust ratings of any election commission among the 36 African countries surveyed by Afrobarometer.
European observers in Gabon say they are certain there is an "anomaly" in the disputed election that handed incumbent Ali Bongo victory by a wafer-thin margin.
Postelection violence in Gabon has killed between 50 and 100 people, the opposition presidential candidate says, a toll much higher than the government’s count of three in days of violent demonstrations against the president’s re-elections.
The internet has been restored in Gabon after being cut off for five days, but social media still remains blocked, following the announcement last week of President Ali Bongo as the winner of the presidential elections, a report says.
Gabon opposition leader Jean Ping has declared himself the rightful president and called for a vote recount, days after incumbent Ali Bongo was declared the winner of a weekend election which sparked deadly violence.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini called for all sides in Gabon to reject violence as the country descends into chaos following presidential elections.
Anomalies during Gabon's disputed presidential election "call into question" the outcome of the August vote which saw Ali Bongo reelected, a final report by EU observers says.
Gabon's constitutional court has upheld President Ali Bongo's re-election victory, rejecting an appeal by rival Jean Ping, who had called for a recount over widespread allegations of fraud.
An American think tank with close ties to government is reportedly set to celebrate Gabonese President Ali Bongo as an "exceptional global citizen" despite the tension that continues to grip the country following controversial elections.
Gabon’s president Ali Bongo is accusing his chief opponent of ballot fraud and a plot to seize power, after Bongo narrowly won re-election in a contested vote that sparked deadly clashes.
Gabon's embattled President Ali Bongo on Wednesday accused the EU observers that criticised his country's election of overlooking irregularities in his rival Jean Ping's camp.
At nightfall, frightened Muslim youths armed with sticks stand guard in the Gabonese town of Bitam, after a wave of post-election violence saw their community mosque targeted by protesters.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says a recount should be held of the votes in Gabon’s disputed presidential election.
As Gabon is rocked by violence following the contested re-election of President Ali Bongo, experts say electoral fraud in Africa is becoming harder, thanks to civil society vigilance and spread of mobile technology.
French President Francois Hollande has condemned the post-election violence and looting in Gabon and called for calm on all sides.
Former colonial power France says it is "extremely concerned” about post-election violence in Gabon and urged all sides to exercise “maximum restraint”.
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