Gabon protestors clash with security forces after poll result shows Ali Ben Bongo won presidency with 42 percent of the vote. Critics claim election fraud carried out to ensure that Bongo would succeed his father as president.

by BBC News

Opposition activists have clashed with security forces in Gabon after election results confirmed Ali Ben Bongo as president with 42% of the vote.

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