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Gabon juggles competing demands in fight to protect nature
The lush green canopy stretches over the Akanda National Park — one of the many forest jewels that Gabon is fighting to conserve.
Gabon minister hails country's responsibility after historic forest deal
Prevention is better than cure. That's the underlying philosophy of a new accord signed between Norway and Gabon, which will become the first African country paid to preserve its forests in an effort to fight climate change.
Gabon minister hails country's responsibility after historic forest deal
Prevention is better than cure. That's the underlying philosophy of a new accord signed between Norway and Gabon, which will become the first African country paid to preserve its forests in an effort to fight climate change.
Gabon's sole train a lifeline for people, economy
The sky turns from indigo to ebony as the tropical night falls, and the train patiently thrusts through the jungle towards its destination, still hundreds of kilometers (miles) away.
Gabon says coup bid thwarted, as president abroad
A group of soldiers sought to take power in Gabon on Monday while the country's ailing president was abroad, but the government declared the bid had failed and the rebels had been arrested.
Gabon's president accuses challenger of fraud, power grab
Gabon's president on Wednesday tried to deflect European Union observers' findings of a voting anomaly in his stronghold province that pushed him over the edge to win reelection, accusing his lead opponent of ballot fraud and a plot to seize power.
AU to mediate in Gabon election crisis
The African Union plans to send a delegation to help resolve a crisis in Gabon where two opposing candidates claim to have won a presidential election last month, a spokesman for the pan-African body said on Tuesday.
Gabon's opposition leader declares victory after post-poll riots
Gabonese opposition candidate Jean Ping declared himself president on Friday, after a disputed election that triggered two days of post-election riots against President Ali Bongo.
Gabon arrests up to 1,100 people in post-election chaos
Authorities in Gabon have arrested up to 1,100 people over two days of violence that erupted amid post-election tensions in the West African country.
Gabon election commission approves Pres. Bongo's victory
Several members of Gabon’s election commission, known as Cenap, say the supervising body has approved the victory of incumbent President Ali Bongo over challenger Jean Ping.
Gabon electoral commission count shows Bongo winner
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.
Gabon opposition candidate claims victory in presidential votes
Jean Ping, Gabon’s main opposition presidential candidate, says he has won the elections despite similar claims by the rival camp led by incumbent Omar Bongo.

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