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Anger rises in Gabon after rash of ritual killings

Mar 26 2013

LIBREVILLE A rising number of mutilated bodies washing up on Gabon's beaches this year has sown fear in the normally sleepy capital Libreville of a resurgence in ritual killings.

Poachers kill 11,000 Gabon elephants in under a decade

Feb 06 2013

LIBREVILLE Poachers have killed more than 11,000 elephants in Gabon's Minkebe National Park rainforest since 2004, Gabon's government said on Wednesday, with the massacre fuelled by increasing demand for ivory in Asia.

Poachers kill 11,000 Gabon elephants in under a decade

Feb 06 2013

LIBREVILLE Poachers have killed more than 11,000 elephants in Gabon's Minkebe National Park rainforest since 2004, Gabon's government said on Wednesday, with the massacre fuelled by increasing demand for ivory in Asia.

Poachers kill 11,000 Gabon elephants in under a decade

Feb 06 2013

LIBREVILLE Poachers have killed more than 11,000 elephants in Gabon's Minkebe National Park rainforest since 2004, Gabon's government said on Wednesday, with the massacre fuelled by increasing demand for ivory in Asia.

Central African Republic signs peace deal with rebels

Jan 11 2013

LIBREVILLE Central African Republic's government and rebels agreed on Friday to the formation of a national unity government under a ceasefire deal to end an insurgency that swept to within striking distance of the capital.

Central African Republic signs peace deal with rebels

Jan 11 2013

LIBREVILLE Central African Republic's government and rebels agreed on Friday to the formation of a national unity government under a ceasefire deal to end an insurgency that swept to within striking distance of the capital.

Central African Republic signs peace deal with rebels

Jan 11 2013

LIBREVILLE Central African Republic's government and rebels agreed on Friday to the formation of a national unity government under a ceasefire deal to end an insurgency that swept to within striking distance of the capital.

Central African Republic signs peace deal with rebels

Jan 11 2013

LIBREVILLE Central African Republic's government and rebels agreed to the formation of a national unity government under a ceasefire deal on Friday to end an insurgency that swept to within striking distance of the capital.

Central African Republic ceasefire urged as talks begin

Jan 09 2013

LIBREVILLE Mediators urged Central African Republic's government and rebels to sign a ceasefire on Wednesday as talks got under way to end a month-long revolt, but there was little sign either side was ready to make a deal.

Central African Republic ceasefire urged as talks begin

Jan 09 2013

LIBREVILLE Mediators urged Central African Republic's government and rebels to sign a ceasefire on Wednesday as talks got under way to end a month-long revolt, but there was little sign either side was ready to make a deal.

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Boris Johnson is expected to be named Britain's next PM

Boris Johnson is expected to be elected leader of Britain's governing Conservative Party and the next prime minister on Tuesday, tasked with following through on his "do or die" pledge to deliver Brexit in just over three months time.